Get an overview of cycling in Queensland.
The Department of Transport and Main Roads Cycling Infrastructure Policy states that along principal cycle routes, the department will positively provide for cyclists in transport infrastructure projects.
The Cycle Network Local Government Grants Program helps local governments to deliver best practice, high quality and safe cycling infrastructure and facilities.
Riding to work, school, uni or college, or taking your bike on short neighbourhood trips is a convenient and practical way to incorporate regular exercise into your busy day.
Through the Queensland Cycle Strategy 2011–2021, we aim to double cycling's share of commuter trips to work by 2021, and triple this by 2031.
Bike maps are a valuable resource in helping new and experienced riders and tourists discover smart ways of travelling across the growing bicycle network.
The department works with various government departments, groups and community organisations to organise events to promote cycling.
Research reports related to cycling, including helmet research safety on shared paths.
Our resources related to cycling, including local and state government contacts and international bicycle organisations.
Local councils and the police can use community feedback to help develop and improve facilities and conditions for bicycle riders.
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