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Civil infrastructure projects

Brisbane City Council's City Projects Office produces innovative solutions for a range of civil infrastructure projects. Services include:

  • engineering
  • transport infrastructure
  • road and traffic design

Road Action Program

The Road Action Program is a major infrastructure program tackling Brisbane’s most congested roads. City Projects Office is delivering 63 road upgrade projects across four years, to reduce traffic congestion, increase safety, and improve access across Brisbane’s local road network.

Bikeway Program

City Projects Office spent $100 million over four years upgrading more than 38 kilometres of bikeways across Brisbane. Infrastructure includes:

  • on-road lanes
  • bike awareness zones
  • off-road/shared paths

Bikeway projects include:

  • Bicentennial Bikeway
  • Tarragindi Bikeway
  • Cabbage Tree Creek
  • Bulimba Creek Bikeway

School Safe Program

City Projects Office is delivering pedestrian, cyclist and vehicle-friendly environments for Brisbane schools. The budget is $1.2 million annually, jointly funded by Brisbane City Council and the Queensland Government Department of Transport and Main Roads.

The program includes facilities for:

  • safer pick-up and set-down for students
  • indented bus bays to improve traffic flow
  • improved bicycle amenities

Examples of facilities are located at:

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08 February 2017