What you need to know about a new highway in north-west Queensland

What you don’t know about the new North West Link highway.

What you don,t know about:1.

It’s an expressway2.

It will bring up to 10,000 cars a day3.

It runs through one of the most scenic parts of the state4.

It has been dubbed the “world’s first all-electric highway”.5.

It won’t stop there.

There are plans to extend the highway into Queensland’s south, bringing thousands of cars a week into the state.

But the new highway will have many challenges, especially in the area of environmental impact.

The new highway is due to open next year.

What to know:The new North Western Link highway will be the first to use the new interstates and major roads system in Queensland.

But it will be very different from the other highway systems that have been built, and many of the environmental reviews are still in place.

Here’s what you need the first time you travel through the new road.

How much will it cost?

The first major phase of the North Western link will cost $13 billion.

It will run from Brisbane to the Gold Coast, linking the Goldfields with Brisbane and the South Coast.

It’s likely to bring up more than 10,600 cars a weekday.

And that’s not including the extra tolls for the Gold Country and the Southern Cross.

The first phase of construction is expected to take eight years.

This section is a guide to the latest news, maps and updates in Northern Queensland.

This story was originally published on News.co.nz on January 7, 2019.

It has been republished with permission from News.au