Clem Jones Tunnel

Clem Jones Tunnel

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The M7 Clem Jones Tunnel (CLEM7), known during its development as the North-South Bypass Tunnel (NSBT), is a A$3.2 billion toll road built under the Brisbane River, which crosses between the suburbs of Woolloongabba and Bowen Hills in Brisbane, Australia. The CLEM7 Community Open Day, a public open day which included a tunnel run and walk was held on 28 February 2010.

The tunnel was originally proposed by then Labor Lord Mayor Jim Soorley in 2001, and was incorporated into the Liberal Party candidate Campbell Newman's five tunnel vision, called TransApex in 2002. In December 2007, Brisbane City Council decided to name the tunnel the Clem Jones Tunnel in honour of the former lord mayor. On 16 July 2008, the Government of Queensland announced that the tunnel "heralds Queensland’s newest motorway - the M7". The M7 motorway will also include the Airport Link tunnel.

The project is Brisbane’s first privately financed inner city toll road. The road is the city's largest road infrastructure project and one of Queensland's largest infrastructure...
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