Overview

The Bayside and Redlands region in South East Queensland has unique economic, environmental and lifestyle characteristics, and is expected to grow by 74,500 people between now and 2046, bringing the estimated population of the area from 240,900 to 315,400.

As these areas grow, people who live and work in the area are changing their travel patterns, and expectations about the transport network and mobility are shifting.

To help plan for these changes, the Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) is undertaking the Bayside and Redlands Transport and Mobility Study.

The study area includes mainland suburbs within the Redland City Council area, and Brisbane City Council suburbs east of the Gateway Motorway, including Wynnum, Wynnum West, Tingalpa, Manly, Lytton, Lota and Wakerley.

Have your say

TMR is seeking feedback on the draft vision and the strategic needs and outcomes associated with the study to inform future planning for the region's transport network. TMR would also like to know about your travel experiences to better understand the transport challenges and opportunities within the study area, both now, and for the future.

Submissions close 27 May 2024.