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South Brisbane Transport and Mobility Study

Overview:

A multi-modal study of the ongoing and increasing transport pressures relating to road, active transport and public transport modes in Brisbane’s inner south.

Location:

South Brisbane, West End, Highgate Hill, Woolloongabba, Dutton Park, Annerley, East Brisbane, Kangaroo Point.

Benefits:

A clearer understanding of the transport and congestion pressures faced in the study area, including community input.

Regions:
Metropolitan Region

Project info

The Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) is aware of the ongoing and increasing transport pressures relating to road, active transport and public transport modes in Brisbane’s inner south.

To address this, TMR is undertaking the South Brisbane Transport and Mobility Study to provide a better understanding of these pressures. The study will provide the community who live, work and visit the area the opportunity to share their valuable local knowledge.

The study will investigate ongoing and emerging traffic and transport pressures relating to circulation within the area by private vehicle, public transport and active transport; and key connections via the river, road and rail network to adjacent suburbs and core employment centres.

The inner-south community and those who work or visit the area were invited to participate in the study’s community engagement between September-December 2018. Community feedback was collected through:

  • 14 pop-up community engagement booths across the study area
  • an online interactive map
  • a comprehensive online survey
  • meetings with key stakeholders
  • meetings with community organisations and representatives.

We are using the valuable knowledge gathered during the study’s community and stakeholder engagement phase to guide and inform the development of a transport strategy for Brisbane’s inner south.

For more information, please contact southbrisbanestudy@tmr.qld.gov.au.

Last updated
24 July 2019