Extensive resurfacing works will take place in late April on Queenslands’s Mount Glorious Road in order to improve driver safety along the Northbrook Parkway.

Main Roads and Road Safety Minister Mark Bailey said the works were part of the Palaszczuk Government’s $140 million fast-tracked road network renewal works package.

“The project will focus on a 6.1km section of Mount Glorious Road, between Wivenhoe-Somerset Road and the Red Cedar Picnic Area and will involve the removal of the existing road surface, rehabilitation of the road and line marking,” Minister Bailey said.

“This will greatly improve driving conditions for motorists on Mount Glorious Road and Queenslanders will be able to benefit from vital road upgrades sooner under our fast-tracked program.”

Minister Bailey said the project was due to start in late April and would take about ten weeks to complete, weather permitting.

The fast-tracked program also includes other planned works on Kilcoy-Beerwah, Eumundi-Kenilworth, Brisbane-Woodford and Forest Hill-Fernvale Roads.

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