Road Maintenance – Lindum Road, Lytton

Road Maintenance Works Lindum Road, Lytton

The Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) would like to advise that works will take place on the Lindum Road exit ramp from the Port of Brisbane Motorway, Lytton.

While works are underway, a detour will be required for one night.

These works are being undertaken as part of TMR’s routine maintenance program to improve the road surface and enhance road safety for all road users.

Work activities

  • Removal and replacement of asphalt.
  • Reinstatement of line marking.


  • Works will take place late March 2024 and are expected to take one night to complete, construction and weather conditions permitting.
  • Typical construction hours will be from 8pm to 5am. Night works are required for road user safety, and to avoid what would otherwise be extensive traffic queuing and disruption to the road network.
  • While most of the works will be undertaken at night, some Saturday or other out of hours works during the day may be required.
  • While works are underway access to Lindum Road exit ramp from the Port of Brisbane Motorway, Lytton will be detoured for one night between 9pm and 5am, detours will be in place as follows:
    • Traffic will continue south on the Port of Brisbane Motorway then take the Gateway Motorway exit, then take the Wynnum Road exit and continue onto Wynnum Road.
    • Traffic will then turn right onto the Gateway Motorway entry ramp northbound and take the Port of Brisbane motorway exit.
    • From here traffic will take the Lytton Road exit ramp and then continue left onto Lindum Road.

Expected impacts

  • Changed traffic conditions: Temporary traffic detours, lane and road closures, temporary speed limit reductions and short-term traffic disruptions. Please allow extra time when planning your travel and follow the directions of roadside signage and traffic controllers.
  • Temporary construction noise: Heavy machinery will be in use, nearby residents and businesses can expect increased noise, dust and odour. Reversing beepers and flashing lights will be used for safety.

On completion, TMR officers will continue to review the site for up to three months. During this time TMR will assess the work undertaken for longevity and quality.

Every effort will be made to minimise impacts on the local community and surrounds.

TMR appreciates your patience and cooperation while these important works are carried out.

The event is finished.


24 - 29 Mar 2024


8:00 pm - 5:00 am


Department of Transport and Main Roads
13 19 40