Road Photos & Information: Queensland
Route Number   Ipswich Motorway (Metroad 2) (Decommissioned)

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The Ipswich Mwy is major east-west artery in the western suburbs of Brisbane. It's a limited access route with 2 lanes in each direction. It began life as Brisbane Road, before evolving into the form in takes today.

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tn_200603_01_riverview.jpg Advance Directional Sign:
Inbound AD sign approaching the interchange with McEwan St (SR33) and Tessman St at Riverview, March 2006

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tn_200510_02_goodna_churchst.jpg Supplemental AD Sign:
Metroad 2 supplemental advance directional sign on the service road near Church Street in Goodna, October 2005.

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tn_200510_03_goodna_loganmwy_metroad4.jpg Advance Directional Sign:
Inbound AD sign for Logan Mwy (Metroad 4) at Goodna, October 2005.

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tn_200510_04_gailes_loganmwy_metroad4.jpg Supplemental Advance Directional Sign:
Supplemental AD sign approaching Logan Motorway at Gailes, October 2005.

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tn_200510_05_gailes_loganmwy_metroad4.jpg Supplemental Advance Directional Sign:
Supplemental AD sign approaching Logan Motorway at Gailes, October 2005.

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Advance Directional Sign:
AD sign at Wacol approaching Wacol Station Rd and Progress Rd (SR30), October 2005.

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Progress Road and Wacol Station Road Interchange:
Ipswich Mwy (Metroad 2) at the interchange with Wacol Station Rd & Progress Rd (SR30) at Wacol, October 2005.

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Reassurance Directional Sign:
Distance sign at Wacol, October 2005.

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Advance Directional Sign:
AD sign at Wacol approaching Centenary Hwy (former Metroad 5, now M5) interchange, October 2005.

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Advance Directional Sign:
AD sign approaching the Oxley Rd / Blunder Rd (SR35) interchange at Oxley, October 2005.

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1 The State Road Network Map, 30 June 2008
2 Queensland Roads, Edition No 5, (Toowoomba Range Tunnels Report), March 2008
3 Tyler Bullock
4 Transport and Main Roads, from corresondence from April 2012
5 Queensland Times, Motorway speed limit cut to 90kmh, 9 December 2004
6 QMR, Ipswich Logan interchange Project Page
7 Trent Thomson
8 Ministerial Media Statements, Next Stage of Ipswich Motorway Underway, 30 June 2009

Last updated: 02-Dec-2018 23:12

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