Night works to replant palm trees will take place on Wednesday 7 May 2014 at the intersection of Cavill Avenue and Surfers Paradise Boulevard.
To facilitate revegetation, Cavill Avenue east will be temporarily closed from 9:00pm to 5:00am.
As part of light rail finishing works the property used as a construction site office at 262 Queen Street, Southport will be demolished from Monday 5 May, 2014
These works will involve fencing the property, disconnecting all services, selective vegetation clearing and using heavy equipment to demolish the house.
GoldlinQ investigations have identified there is no asbestos associated with the property. Once complete the vacant site will be returned to the Queensland Government in a safe condition and routine maintenance will continue.
From Tuesday 29 April 2014, the western intersection of Thornton Street will be closed for up to three days to facilitate preparation works for final asphalting.
From Monday 5 May 2014, Surfers Paradise Boulevard will be closed for up to two weeks from Vista Street to Thornton Street to remove a redundant pit and final asphalting.
From Monday 28 April 2014, Surfers Paradise Boulevard will be closed to traffic from Main Beach Parade to Ocean Avenue each night to facilitate footpath construction.
From Monday 28 April 2014, Beach Road will be closed to westbound traffic at the intersection with Surfers Paradise Boulevard for up to two weeks to facilitate footpath construction.
From Sunday 27 April 2014, night works to finalise the installation of the centre median of the Gold Coast Highway, Ferny Avenue intersec-tion to Admiralty Drive, will begin. These works are scheduled to take place at night to minimise the impact on traffic and are anticipated to take up to two weeks to complete, weather permitting.
From Tuesday 22 April, a number of traffic changes will take place on the Gold Coast Highway southbound and at the intersection with Ocean Avenue. Construction is taking place to install a right turn into Ocean Avenue from the Gold Coast Highway northbound, as part of the final traffic configuration for the corridor.