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Join me for a coffee and chat
Sat 7th of March 8.30 am and 9.30 am
Venue Moonlight Bandit Cafe Parfrey Pl, Shop 11, 196 Parfrey Rd, Rochedale South.

Meet with me and tell me what you need for  Division One.

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Two meetups this weekend

Sat 7th and Sunday 8th March

For Division One Residents.

Join me for a sausage sizzle located by the BBQ area
Sun 8th of March 4 pm
Venue Springwood Park, Cinderella Drive

Meet with me and tell me what you need for  Division One.

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There are 6 informative videos to view on this page

Be Informed

Rochedale Busway station, park and ride.

Approx 600 car park bay

 

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Video Two

M1/M3/Gateway merge: fly-through video

Video Three

Changes to Logan M1 and busways

" M1 motorists have been given a sneak peek at the $749 million M1 upgrades from Eight Mile Plains to Daisy Hill. Ahead of community consultation next week, new concept footage has been unveiled for the jointly-funded eight-kilometre project which will feature more lanes on the M1, a new busway to Springwood and bikeway to Paradise Road. ... "

 

Read more form the Queensland Government by Clicking the below link

http://statements.qld.gov.au/Statement/2019/10/2/first-look-at-logan-m1-and-busway-upgrade

 

Video Four

Gateway Merge Southbound

The Pacific Motorway M1/M3/Gateway merge project is needed to address the current congestion and safety issues in this area, particularly those experienced during pm peak periods.

The project will provide up to five southbound traffic lanes on the Pacific Motorway from Eight Mile Plains to Rochedale (Exit 19), relocation of the existing bus entry from the Eight Mile Plains Bus Station into the Pacific Motorway and a replacement four-lane overpass on a realigned Underwood Road.

Video Five

Changes to our Logan Motorway

M1 Pacific Motorway upgrade won't be completed until 2024 | Sky Australia News Another 8-kilometre stretch of the M1 south of Brisbane will undergo major roadworks next year with the $749 million upgrades set for completion in 2024 — before two further phases of the project will kick-off.

Video Six

Look back on the making of the Pacific Highway 1950