OPEN: Commuters can now enjoy this view now Spring Creek Road is open to traffic.
OPEN: Commuters can now enjoy this view now Spring Creek Road is open to traffic. Siahn Garvey

Spring Creek Rd back to normal after works

FLOOD-related roadworks on Spring Creek Rd have been completed this week and all traffic restrictions have now been removed.

The Department of Transport and Main Roads advised that the works were completed 12km north-east of Queen Mary Falls.

A TMR spokesman confirmed that more works were now in the pipeline.

"Nearby works in the Brown's Falls area are completed and will require a final seal in the coming months when the weather conditions suit this treatment," he said.

"For the safety of road users, speed restrictions will be required until this time.

"TMR sincerely thanks the community for its patience while these essential reconstruction works were completed."

These road reconstruction works were delivered through Natural Disaster Relief and Recovery Arrangements, under which the Australian Government provides 75% of the funding, with 25% cent from the Queensland Government.

For more information about flood-related roadworks in the Darling Downs area, phone 1800 063 397 during business hours, or email reconstruct_darlingdowns@tmr.qld.gov.au

For up-to-date information on changed traffic conditions, visit http://www.131940.qld.gov.au or call 13 19 40.



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