Traffic for Steve Irwin Way intersection

TRAFFIC lights are set to be installed at the busy Steve Irwin Way and Caloundra Road intersection at Landsborough.

The $7.7 million “safety improvement project” will see new traffic signals designed and installed by the end of 2023.

Member for Caloundra, Jason Hunt, said the jointly funded project between the state and federal government will make access into Landsborough safer for drivers, cyclists and pedestrians. 

“We are committed to making our roads safer for all Queenslanders, and this investment is just one example of that commitment in action,” he said.

“Signals here will improve traffic flow by prioritising heavy traffic during peak hours… this upgrade will benefit not only motorists, but also people walking and riding.

“Caloundra Street is a busy connection to Landsborough and the rail station, and we need to ensure drivers can use this intersection confidently and safely.”

Jason also stressed this is a much-needed project for Landsborough’s infrastructure.

To provide feedback or questions about the project, you can email
northcoast@tmr.qld.gov.au or call (07) 5451 7055.

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