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Road closures in place across Gladstone region

The list of road closures across Gladstone and further afield is growing.
The list of road closures across Gladstone and further afield is growing. Chris Chan

THERE are multiple road closures across the Gladstone region.

This information was correct at 2.00pm on Monday, May 13.

For further information regarding Transport and Main Road roads such as: Double Creek (Dawson Highway), Gladstone Monto Road, Boyne Valley (Many Peaks to Monto), Tableland and Fingerboard Road (Southern Region - Miriam Vale), Essendean Bridge please refer to Department of Transport and Main Roads website.

Southern:

Road users are advised that many roads have been damaged by flooding.

They should expect potholes and other related defects.

Restoration works will commence in the near future and are expected to be complete by the end of 2014.

Central:

Road open proceed with caution:

• Sirriss Road
• Grayson Road - Local traffic only - Extreme caution
• Old Ten Chain Road
• Sawmill Road
• Gilbert Road

Western:

Roads closed:

• Pikes Crossing Road
• Blackgate Road, Closed at Calliope River
• Ferguson Road, Closed at Calliope River

Road closure - Weeroona Road Bridge, North of Old Coach Road, Locality of Stowe. Residents in the area are advised the bridge will be closed due to a failed deck for an indefinite period to carry out investigations and major repairs. Weeroona Road, which is a loop road with both ends intersecting with the Dawson Highway, will be restricted to local traffic only. Until the repairs are effected Weeroona Road will be a no through road and access to properties will only be available from the appropriate end.

For the latest on road conditions visit www.131940.qld.gov.au or call 13 19 40.

Topics:  central queensland, flooding, gladstone, rain, road closures


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