As the Sunshine Coast continues to grow, action to support locals and expanding businesses is essential. With the Bruce Highway upgrade now scheduled for completion mid-way through 2021, road users can expect shorter commute times, improved safety, and easier access to public transport.
The $812.95 million upgrade will feature a country-first Diverging Diamond Interchange (DDI), as well as new grade separating ramps and active transport infrastructures, supporting the growth of the Sunshine Coast region now and well into the future.
With this upgrade comes safer and smoother traffic flow, better road access, reduced peak hour congestion, and improved network efficiency.
The new high-speed, high-volume Bruce Highway will separate long-distance traffic from local traffic, saving valuable time for commuters and allowing easier access to public transport.
Providing safe and sustainable travel between Caloundra Road, Steve Irwin Way and Tanawha Tourist Drive was a key consideration of the project that will, no doubt, be appreciated by locals, business commuters and transport units taking these roads daily.
Businesses choosing to call Chevallum Industrial Park home, could not have picked a better time to take advantage of the estate’s significant infrastructure, convenient access to major arterial roads and soon to be delivered transport network efficiencies.
Just 15 minutes from the booming coastal CBD of Maroochydore, and 60 minutes to Australia’s third-largest city, Chevallum Industrial Park is an ideal location for a broad range of developing businesses.