The third and final package has been awarded to deliver stage three of the $104 million Southport-Burleigh Road upgrade. Main Roads and Road Safety Minister Mark Bailey announced today Georgiou Group Pty Ltd would deliver the new Continuous Flow Intersection (CFI) as part of the works package. “The Australian-first continuous flow intersection will be built at the Salerno Street, Bundall Road and Ashmore Road intersection to tackle congestion,” Mr Bailey said. “A new right-hand turn into Salerno Street will be included in the works for an additional route into Surfers Paradise. “This intersection, in addition to road widening and bridges which include an additional lane in both directions, will increase capacity, ensuring the intersection flows more freely. “Not only are we improving the road network, but an average of 112 jobs will be created over the life of the Southport–Burleigh Road project. “The works are expected to begin soon, weather and construction conditions permitting.

View the complete Southport–Burleigh Road upgrade media release here.