Study looks at second bridge

IPSWICH City Council and the State Government have started a feasibility study into a second vehicle bridge designed to divert traffic from an increasingly congested Ipswich CBD.

Ipswich City Council and the State Government have started a joint feasibility study on a bridge across the Bremer River linking North and East Ipswich.

The new bridge would start from the end of Lawrence Street, North Ipswich and link with Norman Street, Basin Pocket then Jacaranda Street, East Ipswich.

City works committee chairman Trevor Nardi said he expected the feasibility study would be finished by the end of the year.

'Scrap heap mountain': Residents call out grubs for dumping

FRUSTRATED: David Fenton wants something done about the illegal dumping in Camira.

Domestic waste, car tyres, scrap metal and furniture piled in heaps

Are animals killing development or the other way around?

The Institute of Public Affairs says threatened species like the koala are holding back development.

Think tank claims animals holding back regional development

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