Principal Cycle Network Plans
Principal Cycle Network Plans show core routes needed to get more people cycling more often. These routes are indicative and exist to guide further planning. The plans are intended to support, guide and inform the planning, design and construction of the transport network.
Priority Route Maps support delivery of the principal cycle network. The maps are addendums to the Principal Cycle Network Plans and identify the delivery priority state and local governments have assigned to principal cycle routes in each local government area.
The Queensland Government has worked closely with local governments to develop the Principal Cycle Network Plans and Priority Route Maps to guide the delivery of a connected and cohesive cycle network across Queensland.
The Principal Cycle Network Plans and Priority Route Maps reflect a 'one network' approach to cycle network planning and have been formally endorsed by all local governments covered and also by the Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR).
We are undertaking a rolling review and update of the Principal Cycle Network Plans and Priority Route Maps in close consultation with local governments across Queensland.
Community consultation closed on 31 August 2022. We will use this community input to inform our review of the principal cycle network.
The review and update will result in the development of a consolidated Queensland Principal Cycle Network Plan with accompanying route maps and will be updated and available following endorsement by TMR and local governments.
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