Work has now been completed on Stage 1 of Logan City Council’s Loganlea Road Healthy Street project.
The project, which included $2.4 million from the Queensland Government’s Unite and Recover Fund, has created safer and improved pedestrian and cycling connections as part of Council’s vision for a major health and well-being precinct at Meadowbrook.
It also better connects Logan Hospital to proposed medical facilities and the
Meadowbrook Shopping Centre on the other side other the road.
Upgrades on Loganlea Road include a new off-street shared pathway on both sides of the road, landscaping works, shade structures and a new signalised pedestrian crossing.
The project includes the installation of artwork in the area. Some of the artists will be in attendance and available for interviews and photographs.
WHAT: Join City of Logan Deputy Mayor Jon Raven and Councillor Tony Hall (Division 6) and other guests at a ribbon-cutting, plaque-unveiling event of the Loganlea Road Healthy Street project.
WHEN: Tomorrow (Thursday, December 3) from 9am
WHERE: On the northern side of Loganlea Road, adjacent to the
Meadowbrook Shopping Centre and opposite Logan Hospital. See the
attached diagram for the site location and parking options.