Flood road warning system expanded in Queensland

Flood road warning system expanded in Queensland

Posted in Latest News//November 08, 2019

The City of Logan's Flooded Road Smart Warning System has been expanded ahead of cyclone season. 

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Additional funding for Logan’s flooded road smart warning system

Additional funding for Logan’s flooded road smart warning system

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Traffic Management and Safety//November 26, 2018

The Queensland Government has committed an additional $880,000 to extend the reach and effectiveness of Logan City Council’s Flooded Road Smart Warning System.

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Logan trials fibre-reinforced asphalt

Logan trials fibre-reinforced asphalt

Posted in Asphalt Review, Civil Works, Latest News, Project Report//October 29, 2018

Queensland’s Logan City Council is trialling a new asphalt technology that could help the city reduce its road maintenance and rehabilitation costs and extend pavement life.

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Logan City Council joins MEGATRANS2018

Logan City Council joins MEGATRANS2018

Posted in Events, Industry News, Latest News//February 27, 2018

Logan City Council has signed on to exhibit at inaugural logistics and supply chain trade event, MEGATRANS2018, which takes over the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre 10-12 May.

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Flooded road warning system recognised in QLD resilience awards

Flooded road warning system recognised in QLD resilience awards

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Traffic Management and Safety//October 12, 2017

Logan City Council’s warning system, along with two other disaster resilience measures, have been named the 2017 Get Ready Queensland Resilient Australia Award winners.

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Clear communications with new flooded road warning system

Clear communications with new flooded road warning system

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Technology Update, Traffic Management and Safety//September 19, 2017

Logan City Council’s new flooded road smart warning system is helping improve road safety around floodwaters on its road network.

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