Crowson Lane Upgrade

We are planning to widen sections of Crowson Lane and extend it westward from Greenbank Road to Teviot Road. 

Project overview

Crowson Lane is expected to see considerable traffic growth in future years linked to rising demand from the Queensland Government’s Priority Development Area (PDA) of Greater Flagstone.

Currently, Crowson Lane carries approximately 2,000 vehicles per day. By 2041 this figure is expected to rise to approximately 28,000 vehicles per day, a 1300 percent increase.

To ensure our road network remains fit for purpose, we are planning a long-term upgrade to provide a more direct route from Teviot Road to Mount Lindesay Highway.

Latest update

Detailed design is almost complete, and the project is currently with the Queensland Government for gazettal.

This project was part of the recent Local Government Infrastructure Plan (LGIP) review. The review process involved community consultation. To find more see Have Your Say Logan City


Fly-through video

Crowson Lane Upgrade and Extension Fly-through Video Transcript

Project timing

Detailed design is almost complete, and the project is with the Queensland Government for gazettal.

At this stage we do not have a timeline for construction. 

We will keep the community updated as the project progresses.

Project features

The upgrade will:

  • widen Crowson Lane from one to two lanes in each direction between Stanley Court and Greenbank Road (including breakdown lanes, centre median strip and pathways on both sides)
  • extending Crowson Lane from Greenbank Road to Teviot Road
  • widening Teviot Road between the new Crowson Lane extension and Hives Road
  • traffic lights at the following intersections
    • Greenhill Road
    • Shetland Court 
    • Greenbank Road
    • Teviot Road
    • Hives Road
  • a new left-in and left-out arrangement for Appaloosa Court and Andalusian Drive (u-turn facilities to be provided at Shetland Court and Greenhill Road intersections).

Project benefits

The Crowson Lane Upgrade will deliver a range of benefits including:

  • improved safety
  • more reliable network travel times as traffic increases
  • better flood protection along Teviot Road
  • a boost to the economy - in the short term through construction jobs and in the longer term by improving connectivity within our city.

Land requirements

As part of our long-term planning for the upgrade and to meet Australian design standards, some land will need to be acquired to widen the road and improve line of sight. This means some property boundaries will be realigned to accommodate the widening of the road.

We have held meetings with property owners we have identified as being potentially impacted by the project.

The project is currently with the Queensland Government for gazettal.

Have your say

This project was part of the recent Local Government Infrastructure Plan (LGIP) review.

The LGIP is a long-term plan over 15 years and outlines the infrastructure necessary to serve the community and support growth across the city. This includes water treatment facilities, sewerage treatment plants, major roads and parks.

The LGIP is designed to provide services in a coordinated and cost-effective way.

To find out more about LGIP, see Infrastructure planning and charges.

The review process also involved community consultation. You can find out more on Have Your Say Logan City

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Contact us

If you have questions or feedback about the planned improvements, please contact our team by:

If you would like more information about the project, please:

  • call our Community Engagement team on 07 3412 4551
  • email us at or
  • write to us, please address your letter to:
    • Road Infrastructure Delivery,
      Logan City Council,
      PO Box 3226,
      Logan City DC, QLD, 4114.