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State Route 22 is a 2 part route, truncated after numbering changes in the Brisbane area during the 1990s. The eastern section features a small unsigned section along O'Keefe St at Woolloongabba as well as an unsigned duplex with SR95 within the same suburb. 2

The eastern section of the route passes through commercial and residential zones for the majority of the route and is mostly divided roadway. The route also once carried trams closer to the city. The route is mostly 2 lanes in each direction, with Morton Bay Road at arterial / near motorway standard and actually follows the reservation for the Eastern Freeway which was planned in the 1970s. See map.

The western section of the route passes through commercial, residential and rural zones, and features several tracts of bushland as it makes its way into the mountains northwest of Brisbane CBD.

The routing of SR22 once included Cavendish Rd at Coorparoo, Stanley and Vulture Streets in East Brisbane, Woolloongabba and South Brisbane as well as Cordelia and Merivale Streets, Peel and Melbourne Streets and Grey St in South Brisbane, plus Skew St, Petrie Tce, Saul St, Countess St and Kelvin Grove Rd in Brisbane, and Kelvin Grove Rd in Kelvin Grove and then Enoggera Rd in New Market and Alderley.

Multiplexes along the route include:

History:

1 Transport and Main Roads, Queensland State Controlled Roads and Regions Maps, Metropolitan East
2 Transport and Main Roads, from corresondence from April 2012
3 Queensland Government, Ministerial Media Statements, New signs target speeding drivers, 3 Feburary 2010
4 Brisbane City Council, Scrub Road and Old Cleveland Road intersection upgrade construction works advance notification

Last updated: 24-May-2012 8:48

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