As the community of people who ride bikes and walk in Brisbane continues to grow, improvements to active transport infrastructure are required to keep Brisbane moving well into the future.
In response to safety concerns, the Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) is progressing planning, that is divided into 3 sections as seen in the map below.
As part of the planning process, TMR is seeking feedback from the community who live, work and travel through this area to share their transport priorities and concerns, including any safety and congestion issues.
Once the consultation process is completed and all feedback has been collated, the community will be informed of the outcomes.
The study area has been divided into 3 sections:
- Section 1: from the Centenary Motorway (including Centenary Cycleway) to the intersection of Moggill Road and Chapel Hill Road
- Section 2: from the intersection of Moggill Road and Chapel Hill Road to the intersection of Moggill Road and Kilkivan Avenue just south of the Kenmore Roundabout
- Section 3: from the corner of Moggill Road and Kilkivan Avenue through to the intersection of Moggill Road and Rafting Ground Road.
Have your say
TMR is seeking community feedback to help deliver the best outcome possible for the community.
Submissions close early 2023.