Bicentennial Bikeway, Kurilpa Bridge to Victoria Bridge, business case

The Bicentennial Bikeway – Kurilpa Bridge to Victoria Bridge upgrade provides an upgraded link for bicycle riders and pedestrians in Brisbane's Central Business District.

TMR is committed to creating a single integrated transport network accessible to everyone, building prosperity and supporting the development of liveable regions and active cities. 

The project will upgrade the active transport link and improve connectivity, allowing a significantly improved pedestrian walkway to connect from the Queen's Wharf development to Toowong.

Benefits

  • Improves safety
  • Increases capacity
  • Improves network efficiency
  • Better active transport
  • Improves ride quality

Key features

  • Separated 3m-wide pedestrian path and 4m-wide bicycle lane will improve user safety and increase bikeway capacity.
  • Improved functionality and user experience connecting with neighbouring infrastructure in the area.
  • Safer access to the CBD from the Bicentennial Bikeway.
  • Improved visual amenity to encourage more active transport, more often, for people of all ages and abilities.
  • Ramp to Ann Street as shown in the project map.

Funding

Active Transport Investment Program

Total investment
$1.6 million
Queensland Government
$1.6 million

Current status

The business case was completed in late August 2021. Activities during this phase included environmental monitoring, engineering investigations and community consultation. View the consultation summary report.

The business case was undertaken to build on the feasibility study which was completed in 2019. Future stages of the project are currently unfunded.

Concept plan

Bicentennial Bikeway concept plan

Bicentennial Bikeway east view
Bicentennial Bikeway east view

Bicentennial Bikeway west view
Bicentennial Bikeway west view