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Cycling strategies

Queensland Cycling Strategy

The Queensland Cycling Strategy 2017-2027 sets the strategic direction for cycling in Queensland over the next 10 years. We have identified 5 priorities:

  • building and connecting infrastructure to grow participation.
  • encouraging more people to ride.
  • sharing our roads and public spaces.
  • powering the economy.
  • using research and data in decision making. 

The strategy includes a 2-year action plan and report on the state of cycling in Queensland.

Queensland Cycling Action Plan 2020-2022 and Queensland State of Cycling Report 2019

The Queensland Cycling Action Plan 2020–2022 sets out the practical actions we will invest in over the next 2 years to encourage more people to ride.

This is the second action plan under the Queensland Cycling Strategy 2017–2027, a key strategy to achieve Our Future State: Advancing Queensland's Priorities particularly the 'Keep Queenslanders Healthy' priority.

The Queensland Cycling Action Plan 2020–2022 progress report to December 2021 highlights what we have delivered and what's underway. 

The Queensland State of Cycling Report 2019 shares key data on bike riding in Queensland, and reports on our progress under the 5 objectives of the Queensland Cycling Strategy 2017–2027.

Every 2 years, we will publish a new 2-year action plan and a new report on the state of cycling in Queensland to ensure we respond to changes and are progressing toward our vision of more cycling, more often.

Last updated
04 May 2022