Road safety upgrades at two Bundamba schools

12 July 2021

Students and motorists will benefit from improved road safety around two Bundamba schools.

Flashing school zone signs will be installed near Goodna Special School and Bundamba State Secondary College as part of the Palaszczuk Government’s record $1.7 billion investment in road safety.

Bundamba MP Lance McCallum said the locations were chosen based on technical advice from the Department of Transport and Main Roads.

“The signs at Goodna Special School will be installed on Queen Street, and I know this will be welcomed by our local community as we all see how busy that stretch of road can be at drop off and pick up times,” Mr McCallum said.

“The solar powered signs at Bundamba State Secondary College will be installed along Bergins Hill Road, one of the main access points to the school.

“This is a great result for our local community as we continue our commitment to getting our Queensland kids to and from school safely.

“With Term 3 starting today it’s also a timely reminder for everyone to slow down around our school zones and keep road safety top of mind.”