Who funded Go Between Bridge?

We couldn’t get all 10. But I think I speak on behalf of the band: we’re happy with nine. Cr Newman said the cut was funded by a $42 million saving in construction costs.

How long did it take to build the Gateway Bridge?

The original Gateway Bridge took six years to build, from 1980 to January 1986, and cost $90 million. More than 100,000 vehicles a day now cross Gateway one, a figure that has been growing at about seven per cent a year since 2005.

How much is the Go Between Bridge?

Cars now pay a $3.29 toll while light commercial vehicles pay $4.94 on the 300-metre Go Between Bridge. The toll waiver will begin when the work to remove traffic from the Victoria Bridge starts in 2021, much to the delight of South Brisbane MP Jackie Trad.

Can you walk on the Go Between Bridge?

The Go Between Bridge is a 300m bridge in Brisbane that connects Merivale and Cordelia Streets in West End to Coronation Drive and the Inner City Bypass at Milton. An integral inner-city river crossing, it features two separate bicycle and pedestrian paths and offers an alternative to the William Jolly Bridge.

How many people died making Story bridge?

Three men died during the construction of the bridge.

How many people use the Gateway Bridge a day?

Gateway Motorway – 1 per cent growth. Average daily traffic 2016: 114,000; 2017: 115,000.

Who owns the Clem 7 Tunnel?

Transurban Queensland
Clem7 opened to traffic in March 2010. Transurban Queensland bought this tunnel in July 2014. It is 62.5 per cent Transurban owned and is under concession until 2051.

Who built the Clem 7 Tunnel?

– The biggest concrete beam is 30 metres long and weighs 75 tonnes. – Built by RiverCity Motorway, the public company formed to build the tunnel. – The tunnel is built by Leighton Contractors, Baulderstone Hornibrook, Bilfinger Berger Joint Venture.

Who was the Go Between Bridge named after?

The Go-Between Bridge was among 10 shortlisted in the council’s ‘Name That Bridge’ competition, attracting more than 30 per cent of the popular vote. Mr Forster said he found bridges appealing. “I’m really honoured that the bridge has been named after the band that I co-founded with Grant all those years ago,” he said.