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Northern Transitway

Overview:

The Northern Transitway will provide Brisbane’s north side customers with a safer and more efficient public transport system. The $53 million project will deliver targeted bus priority from Kedron to Chermside and improve safety, reliability and capacity of Brisbane’s northern public transport network.

Location:

The Northern Transitway is a 2.3km corridor along Gympie Arterial Road between Sadlier Street, Kedron and Hamilton Road, Chermside.

Benefits:
  • A safer, more efficient public transport system for Brisbane north side customers, by separating buses from general traffic.
  • More reliable and improved travel times for bus customers along the corridor.
  • A facility to support high frequency bus services.
  • Improvements to footpaths along the corridor. 
Funding:

The Queensland Government is investing $53 million to deliver the Northern Transitway.

The project is part of the Passenger Transport Infrastructure Investment Program (PTIIP). The PTIIP aims to deliver critical enabling infrastructure to achieve a connected, integrated network that offers value to customers and makes public transport an attractive option for everyone.

Regions:
Metropolitan Region

Project info

The Northern Transitway will support high frequency and reliable bus services along Gympie Arterial Road, encouraging more people to use public transport and assist in managing congestion by separating buses from general traffic.

The detailed design for the Northern Transitway will be delivered in mid-2019 with construction expected to start in early 2020.

Contact details

Email: NorthernTransitway@tmr.qld.gov.au
Phone: 07 3066 4338
Post: Department of Transport and Main Roads
Metropolitan Region
PO Box 70
Spring Hill Qld 4000

Community info

The Department is committed to working closely with the community throughout the project and opportunities to provide feedback on the design will be made available over the coming months. To register for project updates, please contact us by email, phone or post.

Last updated
11 June 2019