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North Brisbane Bikeway

Overview:

The North Brisbane Bikeway is a critical cycle corridor for greater Brisbane, connecting the CBD through to Chermside. The project is being delivered in partnership with Brisbane City Council, and will encourage more cycling, more often, across all ages.

Location:

The North Brisbane Bikeway connects with Brisbane’s CBD and continues through to Windsor and Wooloowin.

Benefits:

Cycling is not just a transport issue - it has significant benefits for health, the environment and tourism, as well as having positive local impacts in connecting communities. A high-quality dedicated bikeway will encourage more cycling and walking, across all ages and abilities. This in turn will mean fewer cars will be on the road.

Separated cycle facilities will reduce the need for interaction between motorists and cyclists on roads, and between cyclists and pedestrians on footpaths. This improves the safety, comfort, amenity and travel time for everyone.

Regions:
Metropolitan Region

Project info

The North Brisbane Bikeway will be delivered in a staged approach, with Stage 1 now complete.

Stages 2 and 3 -  Construction commenced in early May 2019.

Project updates

Location: Somerset Street, Windsor to Rigby Street, Wooloowin.

Stage 4 – Design is underway. Consultation will be undertaken in mid-2019.

Location: Along Dickson Street, Wooloowin from Rigby Street to Price Street.

Further stages

Further stages of the North Brisbane Bikeway connecting Wooloowin to Chermside will be delivered by Brisbane City Council in partnership with the state government.

Priority cycle and pedestrian crossings

A feature of Stages 2 and 3 is the inclusion of priority pedestrian and cycle crossings at a number of intersections. These crossings operate similarly to pedestrian 'zebra' crossings, providing people walking and cycling with priority over vehicles when crossing the street.

The crossings will consist of a raised platform and coloured road surface to identify give way areas and the cycle crossing. Ample space has been provided to allow vehicles to stop safely, clear of the crossing.

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Contact details

Email: metropolitanregion@tmr.qld.gov.au
Phone: 3066 4338
Post: Department of Transport and Main Roads
Metropolitan Region
PO Box 70
Spring Hill Qld 4004
Last updated
26 July 2019