Construction of $6.2 million concrete bridge in North Maclean set to divert traffic until 2022

Source: Logan City Council

Scott Lane in North Maclean is set for a new concrete bridge and culvert as Council begins work on a proposed development.

The new site will include the construction of a new concrete bridge over Norris Creek that is approximately 3m higher than the existing road surface, with road raising and resurfacing to happen around the bridge.

Construction will be carried out from late June 2021 to March 2022, and will generally occur between 7.00am and 6.00pm.

Source: Logan City Council

‘The project will provide a safer, more reliable crossing of the creek by increasing flood protecting for the road corridor and reducing the frequency and duration of road closures,’ says Logan City Council.

Construction will result in a temporary road closure around the work zone for the duration of the project.

Signed traffic detours will operate via Greenbank Road and Teviot Road.

‘Motorists should plan their journey and seek alternative routes,’ says Council.

The $6.2 million project is jointly funded by the Federal Government’s Bridge Renewal Program.

It is part of a Logan City Council record spend of more than $100 million on roads in last years budget.

BMD Constructions Pty Ltd will carry out the the works.

Greenbank State School issued a notice on their Facebook page.

‘Please note that we will be contacting Translink separately regarding impacts on the general bus services that operate in the area.’

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact 07 3412 4483 or email