Teviot Road upgrade

We have started detailed design on a project to widen Teviot Road between Middle Road (north) and Greenbank Road (south).

The upgrade will help to ensure Teviot Road is able to safely accommodate future traffic demands.

The project is included in our Integrated Local Transport Plan.

For more information, please download Way2Go Plan (PDF 1.3 MB).

Why is the upgrade needed?

This project will help accommodate the forecasted rise in vehicle numbers using the road.

Traffic is expected to increase significantly as a result of residential and business growth linked to the Greater Flagstone Priority Development Area and other local development.

If Teviot Road is not upgraded, local congestion and delays can be expected into the future as the volume of traffic increases.

Project features

As part of the upgrade, we plan to: 

  • widen Teviot Road to four lanes (two lanes in each direction) between Greenbank Road and the Middle Road roundabout
  • construct a larger two-lane roundabout at the intersection of Teviot Road and Middle Road
  • upgrade the intersections at Stoney Camp Road, Leanne Court, Pub Lane, and Greenbank Road 
  • widen Pub Lane to four lanes (two lanes in each direction) between Teviot Road and the Greenbank Shopping Centre roundabout
  • deliver improved walking and cycling facilities.

Project benefits

The upgraded road will help deliver:

  • improved safety
  • more efficient traffic flows
  • more reliable travel times

a boost to the economy - in the short term through construction jobs and in the longer term by improving connectivity.

Project overview

To view the preliminary designs for the project, please download the project maps: 

Property impacts

We aim to minimise property impacts as much as possible on our projects, however, in some cases we need to acquire a corridor of land from properties for the wider road design.

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

Project timings

The project is currently in the detailed design phase and this work is expected to continue through to the second half of 2022. 

We will keep you informed throughout this project.

Contact us

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

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