Bikeway and pathway projects

Brisbane City Council's active public transport projects improve our public transport, bikeways and shared bicycle and pedestrian pathways. Cycle paths and bikeways enhance Brisbane's environment and minimise traffic congestion.

Before cycling in Brisbane, find out about temporary bikeway closures and detours that may affect your bike ride.

Active public transport projects

City | NorthSouth | East | West

City 

North

  • Ashgrove - Royal Parade Bridge replacement
    The Royal Parade Bridge replacement has replaced the pedestrian/cyclist bridge that was washed away during the 2013 Australia Day storm event.
  • Aspley - Aspley Active Communities
    Accessible routes to key locations like schools, shopping centres, public transport, parks and recreation areas are being constructed.​
  • Enoggera - Enoggera Creek Bikeway
    The Enoggera Creek Bikeway will provide improved connectivity in the local bicycle network.
  • Ferny Grove - Ferny Grove Active Communities
    Accessible routes to key locations like schools, shopping centres, public transport, parks and recreation areas are being constructed.
  • Geebung - Zillman Waterholes Bikeway
    The Zillman Waterholes Bikeway will involve constructing a shared pathway from Murphy Road (near Fernlea and Orville streets) to the existing bike network in Geebung Park.
  • Geebung - Zillman Waterholes Bikeway Extension
    The Zillman Waterholes Bikeway Extension project provides a bikeway connection between Geebung Park and Robinson Road West, Geebung.
  • Mitchelton - Mitchelton Active Communities
    Accessible routes to key locations like schools, shopping centres, public transport, parks and recreation areas are being constructed.
  • Mitchelton to Nundah - Kedron Brook Bikeway upgrade
    The Kedron Brook Bikeway upgrade project will involve providing new links to the bikeway and widening and upgrading of ten existing locations from Pullen Road at Mitchelton to Sandgate Road at Nundah.

West

  • Brisbane CBD to Toowong - Bicentennial Bikeway upgrade
    Council is progressively upgrading the Bicentennial Bikeway which runs along the Brisbane River and connects the CBD to Toowong.  It is Brisbane city's busiest shared pathway and an important cycle and pedestrian link in the active transport network.
  • Chapel Hill - Cubberla Creek Bikeway
    The Cubberla Creek Bikeway will extend from the end of Brushbox Court across the park, and will continue in a southbound direction along Boblynne Street to Moggill Road, Chapel Hill.
  • Indooroopilly to Forest Lake - Centenary Highway commuter links
    The Centenary Highway commuter links project will improve connections from local bikeways and shared paths to the Centenary Highway bikeway.
  • Pullenvale - Moggill Creek shared pathway
    The Moggill Creek pedestrian and cyclist pathway will link Brookfield State School in Boscombe Road to the Moggill Creek culvert in Rafting Ground Road.
  • Toowong to Indooroopilly - Toowong to Indooroopilly commuter bikeway corridor
    The Toowong to Indooroopilly commuter bikeway corridor will  create a high quality, connected and accessible commuter route for residents of and workers in the inner western suburbs of Brisbane.

South

  • Brisbane CBD to Wynnum/Manly and Carindale - Commuter bikeway corridor studies
    The Commuter bikeway corridor studies will provide a safe and direct through-route to Wynnum/Manly and Carindale from the CBD.
  • Greenslopes - Nicholson Street Bikeway
    The Nicholson Street Bikeway will connect Greenslopes Busway Station and Nicholson Street, Greenslopes through the former Stephens Mountain Quarry.
  • Runcorn - Williams Park Bikeway
    The project aims to upgrade the bikeway and shared path in Williams Park and improve connectivity.
  • South Brisbane - Victoria Bridge Bikeway
    The Victoria Bridge Bikeway project will improve safety for pedestrians and cyclists and increase accessibility to the Victoria Bridge, Queensland Art Gallery and the Cultural Centre.
  • Tarragindi - Ekibin Road East safety improvement
    The Ekibin Road East safety improvement project will provide improved facilities and safety improvements on and off the road along sections of Eikibin Road East.

East

  • Bulimba - Bulimba Riverside Park shared pathway
    This shared pathway will connect the existing cycle and pedestrian facilities at the northwest and southwest corners of Bulimba Riverside Park, as well as connecting to the path running from east to west through the park.
  • Woolloongabba to Dutton Park - Pacific Motorway Bikeway connections program
    The Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) is currently upgrading the bikeway that runs parallel to the Pacific Motorway, between O’Keefe Street at Greenslopes and the Gateway Motorway at Eight Mile Plains.