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City of Gold Coast traffic and transport

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City road closure notifications

Find information on the Department of Transport and Main Roads website about road closures and alerts for:

  • Special events
  • State controlled road maintenance
  • Traffic congestion
  • Hazards and incidents

View road closure alerts for City road maintenance and local events in our Media centre.

View road closure alerts for roads and trails closed due to pest animal and insect activities in our Media centre.

Find information about City traffic and transport projects on our Projects and Strategies page.

More information

View traffic cameras on the Department of Transport and Main Roads website.

View our Gold Coast events calendar for more information about special events taking place throughout the city.

Use our online form to apply for a temporary road closure.

For further information email councilroadclosures@goldcoast.qld.gov.au or contact our Traffic Management section on 07 5667 3639.

Emergency information - weather events and natural disasters

Note: For real-time emergency information including closure of roads during a serious weather event or natural disaster, visit our City dashboard.
Please also refer to our disaster management and emergency contacts pages.

Consider the way you move

Can you swap your car for walking, cycling or public transport to avoid some road closures? Please refer to the City's active and public transport information, including walk and cycle maps, to plan your trip.


Disclaimer

While information about road closures is believed to be accurate at the time of publication, no assurance can be provided past this date. In any event, Council of the City of Gold Coast does not accept liability for any decisions made or actions taken on the basis of this information. In particular, users are advised to refer to the legislative instruments, and other sources such as policies and practices, which Council administers.


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