Bundaberg Integrated Transport Strategy, planning

The Bundaberg Integrated Transport Strategy is being jointly developed by the Department of Transport and Main Roads and Bundaberg Regional Council to develop an overarching framework that aims to integrate plans and policies, current and future, relating to the movement of people and services.

The Strategy will inform decision-makers on ways to manage the transport system and land use to best address these needs. The Strategy will form the basis for developing and managing infrastructure and major assets to improve mobility and accessibility.

Benefits

  • Returns local roads
  • Improves safety
  • Increases capacity
  • Improves network efficiency
  • Improves flood immunity
  • Accessibility
  • Contributes to economy
  • Contributes to regional growth
  • Better active transport

Key features

  • Active Transport
  • Public Transport
  • Traffic Management and Safety
  • Managing parking demand
  • Integrated land use and transport planning
  • Freight – Movement of People and Goods.

Funding

The project is jointly funded by the State Government and Bundaberg Regional Council. Investment ID 446701

Total investment
$1.01million
Queensland Government
$665,000
Local Government
$356,000

Current status

We are currently seeking input from transport users in the Bundaberg Regional Council area about their experience to identify key performance issues with the existing transport network. 

Community consultation started in May 2022.