Menu
News

FLYOVER: See how far range crossing has come

Incredible aerial footage of the Toowoomba Second Range Crossing has been published to YouTube by user ThePa1nter.
Incredible aerial footage of the Toowoomba Second Range Crossing has been published to YouTube by user ThePa1nter.

IT IS a view you will never get, no matter how many times you drive along the region's newest road in years to come.

Incredible aerial footage of the Toowoomba Second Range Crossing has been published to YouTube by user ThePa1nter.

The four-minute flyover takes viewers on a tour of the $1.6 billion project starting at Mt Kynoch.

It shows the path the road will take when the project is complete, cranes towering above the construction sites and where the road is positioned in comparison to the Toowoomba Range.

The drone video is just one of many that has been released over the past year, showing the progress of construction.

Construction is on track for completion late next year and Nexus Infrastructure has announced works that will be undertaken this month.

The eastern work zone will celebrate a number of construction milestones this month with three road underpasses set for completion including Paynter Rd underpass and McNamaras Rd underpass at Withcott, and Morleys Rd underpass at Ballard.

Nexus is carrying out traffic switches for the Mort St realignment and reopening of Boundary St.

Toowoomba-Cecil Plains Rd interchange at Wellcamp is also taking delivery of 16 Super Ts in early July. These will be the first Super T girder deliveries for the western work zone.

When finished, the Toowoomba Second Range Crossing will connect the Warrego Hwy at Helidon Spa in the east to the Gore Hwy at Athol in the west via Charlton.
 

Topics:  drone toowoomba toowoomba second range crossing video



Appeal over CQ miner's 'repugnant' dog sex act dismissed

Darren Lee Jolley performed sexualised acts with a puppy.

Blackwater man 'violated long-standing taboo'

Looking to get away? Win $1000 for your dream trip

How does a $1000 gift card from Flight Centre sound?

Agnes surfers' taste of swell today short-lived

Amelia McKay enjoying a surf at Agnes Water.

The swell finally arrived, but it won't be here for long.

Local Partners