The Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) is undertaking a review and update of the Principal Cycle Network (PCN) for Queensland. The review is a key deliverable outlined in the Queensland Cycling Action Plan 2020-2022.

The PCN lays out a blueprint for the core bicycle riding routes needed to encourage more Queenslanders to ride, more often. Routes on the PCN are indicative only and help to guide future planning and investment in Queensland's transport network.

Currently, the PCN is published as a series of Principal Cycle Network Plans.

The PCN is being reviewed to ensure it reflects current and future demand and continues to be an effective guide for further planning for safe, connected, high-quality bicycle infrastructure in Queensland communities.

The review and update will result in the development of a consolidated Queensland Principal Cycle Network Plan (PCNP) to align with a 'one network' approach to bicycle planning. The Queensland PCNP will be accompanied by Priority Route Maps identifying the delivery priority state and local governments have assigned to principal cycle routes in each local government area.

Have your say

TMR invited feedback about the PCN in your local area or other locations across Queensland and to provide input to the development of PCN routes in the additional local government areas that are outside of the current network.

Submissions closed on 31 August 2022.