GREAT NEWS: Logan City Council Upgrading High Rd, Easterly St & Old Logan Village Rd Around Canterbury College

Improvement Works

Logan City Council is upgrading sections of High Road, Easterly Street and Old Logan Village Road adjacent to Canterbury College.

This project is jointly funded by both Logan City Council and the Federal Government, which has committed $2.5 million through the Urban Congestion Fund.

Project Details & Benefits

The project is designed to improve safety around the school and reduce congestion during school drop-off and pick-up times.

The project will:

• Widen sections of the roads to introduce dedicated turning lanes into the school to ease congestion.

• Provide formal new on-road car parking bays to ease congestion and reduce verge parking.

• Provide new footpaths and shared paths to support safer active travel for all users, especially students.

• Alter line markings and signage to improve traffic flow.

• Relocate some existing services.

• Install new street lighting to support active transport users.

• Install kerb and channelling (where required) to improve road drainage.

Design Update

The design phase of the project is almost finished with environmental and cultural heritage investigations now complete.

Consultation with key stakeholders, including Canterbury College, is ongoing to finalise the design phase.

The Logan City Council has sent letters to all residents in the area as per their distribution map.


The preliminary overall project plan and detailed plans of the individual work sections, are all displayed in this story for downloading or closer viewing.

You can find these proposed works plans for the project on the Logan City Council website here too –

Project Work Zone

High Road: From Sabre Street to just before the roundabout with Easterly Street.

Easterly Street: From just before the roundabout to Old Logan Village Road.

Old Logan Village Road: From Easterly Street to 157-159 Easterly Street.

Internal campus roadways and carparks are also being upgraded and streamlined – based on advice from professional traffic engineers, with support from the Logan City Council – to further reduce traffic congestion, in response to the changes to entrances and exits along Easterly Street.

Next Steps

Logan City Council will be back in touch with the College and the community, as the project moves into the construction phase, with more details – including timings and what you can expect.

They are still in the final stages of the design phase, but construction is expected to commence in late 2023, pending weather and site conditions.

Joint Canterbury & Logan City Council Activity Idea

Canterbury College and Logan City Council are also investigating a joint activity to provide spaces for native fauna amongst the project.

Some ideas so far have included nest boxes and tree planting, so stay tuned for more news on this front.

Get In Touch

If you have questions or feedback about these planned improvements, please contact the Logan City Council Team – T: 07 3412 4551 | E: