Traffic Disruptions and Road Closures



TypeLocationBeginsEnds
Temporary Road Closure Thomas Thomsen Drive, Thabeban 27 Jun 2016 - 7:00am 28 Jun 2016 - 4:00pm

Motorists are advised that Thomas Thomsen Drive, Thabeban, between Riedy Street and Goodwood Road, will be closed to outbound traffic on Monday 27 June 2016 and Tuesday 28 June 2016 from 7.00 am to 4.00 pm, weather permitting, while repair work is undertaken to the guardrail.

Pedestrian access will be available through the work area, with Council staff on-site for assistance.  The road will be open to through traffic outside of the above hours.

Appropriate signage will be displayed while the road is closed.  Through traffic is requested to detour along Searle Street, Thabeban.

Council apologises for any inconvenience.  Enquiries concerning these roadworks are to be directed to Council’s Roads & Drainage Maintenance Co-Ordinator, Mr Ian Stitt, on 0417 778 959.    

Temporary Road Closure Potters Road, Qunaba - Southbound Lane 27 Jun 2016 - 6:30am 9 Jul 2016 - 6:00pm
Bridge Closure Monduran Road Bridge, Kolan River 13 Nov 2014 - 2:45pm 30 Nov 2017 - 2:45pm
TypeLocationBeginsEnds
Temporary Road Closure Thomas Thomsen Drive, Thabeban 27 Jun 2016 - 7:00am 28 Jun 2016 - 4:00pm
Temporary Road Closure Potters Road, Qunaba - Southbound Lane 27 Jun 2016 - 6:30am 9 Jul 2016 - 6:00pm
Bridge Closure Monduran Road Bridge, Kolan River 13 Nov 2014 - 2:45pm 30 Nov 2017 - 2:45pm


Driving To Local Conditions

This storm season, residents are being reminded of the dangers of driving in wet conditions and are asked to exercise caution when driving in adverse weather.

Storms can cause flash flooding across the region and impact on local roads. Flash flooding often occurs after intense bursts of rainfall, often from thunderstorms, over a short period of time.

Creeks, drains, roads and other watercourses can become inundated very quickly, sometimes in a matter of minutes. Flash floods are common in Australia and due to the speed in which they occur, can be extremely dangerous.

While every effort is made to advise residents of water over local roads, the speed at which flash flooding occurs, and often just as quickly subsides, makes it extremely difficult for Council to get to every site in time to erect warning signage and remove signage in a timely manner.

Council, in partnership with police and emergency response groups, is reinforcing the message: “If it’s flooded forget it.” Motorists should only drive when it is safe to do so and if approaching creek crossings, depth markers should be observed.

Information about local controlled roads regarding temporary closures and flooded road conditions is regularly updated above during weather events. The Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads closes state controlled roads and motorists can refer to their website at 131940.qld.gov.au for the current status of main roads in the area.

Residents are asked to report cases of water over the road by phoning Council on 1300 883 699. While updates are issued through Council’s social media sites, including Facebook, these sites are only monitored during work hours.

 

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