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Deagon Deviation

To improve motorists’ safety, a number of changes will be made to the Deagon Deviation.

  • Two new northbound lanes will be constructed to separate Redcliffe bound traffic from the Gateway Motorway – this means motorists will travel along Sandgate Road and continue onto the new Deagon Deviation without needing to use the motorway.
  • The northbound off-ramp to the Deagon Deviation will be relocated – this means motorway traffic travelling north to Redcliffe will now exit left off the motorway just before the Depot Road off-ramp and travel over the Gateway Motorway on a new overpass to seamlessly join with the new northbound Deagon Deviation.
Deagon Deviation: Artist impression of Gateway Motorway interchange just north of Depot Road (looking north)

Artist impression of Gateway Motorway interchange just north of Depot Road (looking north)

The new northbound Deagon Deviation connection will greatly improve safety outcomes by eliminating weaving on the motorway.

More details about how these changes to the Deagon Deviation will affect your journey are provided here. (PDF, 5.1MB)

 

Last updated
1 November 2016