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Signature projects | Green Infrastructure | Parks & open space | Sport & recreation | Transportation & Streetscapes | Town planning
Council has purchased a 200 hectare parcel of land at the former Petrie paper mill to house the future Moreton Bay Region University Precinct
Council is planning to undertake a native plant trial in Alf Shaw Park at Strathpine.
Council is planning to install two fauna rope bridges across Collins Road at Everton Hills as part of its Green Infrastructure Network Delivery Program.
Council has planted 5 hectares of legally protected koala food and habitat trees and supporting understorey at the Dakabin Waste Management Facility on Old Gympie Road at Dakabin.
Council has planted 3.5 hectares of legally protected
koala habitat trees and endangered lowland rainforest at Luida Court Park at
Council and the state government have planted seven (7) hectares of legally protected koala food and habitat trees at Scouts Crossing Road Reserve at Brendale.
Council is planning to undertake native landscaping along the western pathway of Solomon Parade Park, Warner.
Parks & open space
Council recently updated the James Drysdale Reserve Master Plan to include minor changes to materials and finishes as well as the new Landfill gas generator facility.
Council is currently constructing a new playground within Pine Rivers Park to augment the existing play facilities.
Sport & recreation
Sports Complex is a key sport and recreation facility. The sports complex is
well established and experiences a high level of use, enjoyed by the local
community and visitors to the area.
Moreton Bay Regional Council has commenced planning for a new sport and recreation precinct on Nathan Road, Rothwell. 16 hectares of council land in an existing reserve for sport and recreation has been identified on the eastern side of Nathan Road on the approach to the Redcliffe Aerodrome.
Transportation & Streetscapes
Council is working jointly with the Queensland Government Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) to carry out enhancements to the walking and cycling network from the Bribie Island Bridge to Goodwin Drive, Bongaree.
In response to community input, Council in consultation with Transport and Main Roads (TMR) has been investigating ways to improve pedestrian connectivity along Main Street in Samford Village. Council encourages community feedback regarding this project .
Council is investing $2.8 million in an important road safety upgrade for First Avenue at Bongaree. First Avenue at Bongaree has been identified as part of the national road Black Spot Program with the Federal Government committing almost $1 million to a safer road environment.
The James Street and Matthew Terrace streetscape refurbishment forms part of Council’s Complete Streets Program. The completed works will create an attractive and functional entrance into the Caboolture CBD.
The Maine Terrace improvement works forms part of Council's Complete Streets Program. The completed works will provide a safer and slower speed environment on Maine Terrace.
In January 2016, the Queensland Government began construction of the new Caboolture North East primary school at Cottrill Road. The new school will officially open on 23 January 2017, taking enrolments from 1 November 2017 for Prep to Year 6.
The Caboolture to Wamuran Rail Trail will be a 10.5km long shared pathway extending from Beerburrum Road, Caboolture to Atwood Street, Wamuran. This is a unique project that follows the old Caboolture to Kilcoy railway corridor that closed in 1964.
Through a regular review of road crash data, Council has identified that the intersection has a history of crashes. The intersection requires an upgrade to traffic signals to address increasing traffic volumes.
Proposed upgrade works have been identified for Sutton Street in Redcliffe; between Violet Street and Baker Street. The objective of the project is to extend the existing shared zones on Sutton Street, and to locally improve the quality of the streetscape.
It is proposed to construct two pedestrian priority raised crossings on Marine Parade between Sydney Street and Anzac Ave. The two new crossing points will continue the works previously completed in 2014 along Marine Parade between Sydney Street and MacDonnell Road.
The objective of this project is to provide additional pedestrian crossings on Welsby Parade to improve pedestrian safety, and to provide traffic calming to provide a safer environment for all road users.
The shared pathway is designed to provide a safe, comfortable environment for people and cyclists travelling between Rothwell and the new Rothwell Station due that opened in October 2016.
Council has identified that the road pavement along a section of Kremzow Road is beginning to fail and that the intersection of Kremzow Road and Leitchs Road is currently operating with increasing congestion and delay. In order to address these issues, the replacement of the road pavement and an upgrade to this intersection is planned to occur in 2017 and 2018.
The Redcliffe Foreshore Master Plan will assist to effectively manage increasing requests from outdoor operators such as food vans and equipment hirers and will help guide the foreshore's future.