Budget must deliver funds for Brisbane east: RACQ RACQ has called on the State Government to fund vital safety improvements across the eastern Brisbane transport network when the 2017-18 Budget is handed down in June. The Club’s spokesperson Renee Smith said infrastructure spending was at record lows in Queensland and without adequate funding motorists’ lives were at risk. “In the last two years Queensland funding for transport and roads has dropped to the lowest level in a decade and it’s clear we’re falling behind the rest of the country,” Ms Smith said. Ms Smith said RACQ wanted to see commitments for upgrades to open level rail crossings on Cavendish Road in Coorparoo and Kianawah Road in Wynnum. “It’s frustrating for motorists when they’re forced to wait for boom gates to release – it creates considerable congestion and delays around these crossing points,” she said. “Motorists hitting these boom gates is not only a safety concern but it continues to hold up traffic and build congestion in these key corridors.” Ms Smith said RACQ wanted to see the State Government fund improvements at the Moreton Bay Road and Mt Cotton Road intersection at Capalaba. “We want extended slip lanes to reduce congestion and improve safety,” she said. “You only need to drive around the south east corner during peak hour to understand the impact congestion is having on families, business and the economy. “We need to prioritise infrastructure now in order to prepare for the future.” Top Queensland Budget 2017-18 priorities: Increase Queensland road and transport investment Allocate funding to progress key transport projects Publish full transport infrastructure business cases Restore National Motor Vehicle Theft Reduction Council funding Freeze vehicle registration charges for three years.
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