Transurban Queensland has committed $2 million to fund a community legacy initiative as part of the Logan Enhancement Project.

The initiative is being delivered as part of our Motorscapes Program which considers how unused sites near our roads can be regenerated to benefit communities and the surrounding environment.

One option we have considered is a community centre as a meeting space for local residents with a flexible floorplan to cater for small groups as well as large functions of up to 125 people. Transurban Queensland is working with the Queensland Government and Brisbane City Council to progress the delivery of an initiative.

 

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