Tunnels, bridges and transport links
Brisbane City Council is working on major traffic infrastructure and road projects across Brisbane, improving the road network and reducing traffic congestion. A key part of Council's balanced plan is the TransApex ring road, which will keep Brisbane moving and tackle traffic congestion. New transport infrastructure will fill gaps in Brisbane's road network, allowing traffic to bypass the CBD over bridges, through tunnels and via highway links.
TransApex is Council's long term plan to improve the road and transport networks and cross-city travel in Brisbane. It will give residents new river crossings and bridges to connect existing motorways and arterials. Find local roads and major intersections Council is working on in suburbs across Brisbane.
The Clem Jones Tunnel (CLEM7) connects Woolloongabba in the south to Bowen Hills in the north. At 6.8 kilometres in length, the project is Brisbane's first major road tunnel. CLEM7 allows motorists to enjoy faster, safer and more reliable travel. Find:
The Go Between Bridge connects South Brisbane and West End with Paddington, Milton and the city. Using the Go Between Bridge is easy. Find:
If you commute between the University of Queensland's (UQ) St Lucia campus and Dutton Park, you can walk, ride or 'bus it' across the Eleanor Schonell Bridge. Find:
Legacy Way is the fourth project in Council's TransApex plan. The tunnel is designed to reduce congestion and improve Brisbane's road network. The tunnel construction is on track to be complete by 2015. Get the latest:
The Kingsford Smith Drive upgrade project will improve traffic flow and capacity at intersections, with more road user safety and pedestrian and cyclist access. Construction along Kingsford Smith Drive is underway: