In late 2019, Council invited the community to have their say on the Green Bridges Program. Council has completed a detailed analysis of all feedback received and prepared an Initial Consultation Outcomes report.
Initial consultation undertaken in late 2019 has identified a range of opportunities for Brisbane City Council to work with the community and key stakeholders to deliver each green bridge project. Find out about the next steps for green bridges.
The St Lucia to West End green bridge is proposed to cater for pedestrians, cyclists and potentially public transport pending community consultation and traffic studies, making it easier to walk or ride between the University of Queensland at St Lucia, West End, Highgate Hill and the Brisbane Central Business District (CBD).
The Toowong to West End green bridge will cater for pedestrians, cyclists and potentially public transport pending community consultation and traffic studies, making it easier for people to travel between the two densely-populated areas.
The Kangaroo Point Pedestrian Bridge is the first of five bridges to be delivered as part of Council's Green Bridges for Brisbane program. It will link the CBD to Kangaroo Point, making it easier to walk or cycle between Kangaroo Point and the CBD.