Logan pushes for Mt Lindesay Highway’s fair share The Logan community is speaking up to get one of Queensland’s most dangerous roads fixed. The Mt Lindesay Hwy supports approximately 40,000 vehicles daily, and this is expected to grow to almost 65,000 in just 12 years’ time. City of Logan Acting Mayor Cherie Dalley said the
Call for people power to drive #fairshare4logan Logan City Council wants people power to help propel its push for a ‘fair share’ of infrastructure funding ahead of the May Federal election. Acting Mayor Cherie Dalley has encouraged Logan residents to help hold candidates to account as Council today called for commitments on two critical projects.
What the Federal Budget means for Logan We’ve spent some time going through the papers from this week’s Federal Budget to see what’s been promised for Logan and our region. Logan-specific projects: Project Funding announcement Our thoughts M1 upgrades between Daisy Hill and the Logan Motorway $500 million It’s unclear in which financial year this
How long do you really spend travelling on Logan’s roAds? It feels like we spend half our lives sitting in traffic. Did you know that RACQ publishes a report each month articulating exactly how much time we spend on Logan’s major roads? The ‘Average Travel Speed Performance on Major State Corridors’ is available every month