Council has developed the Transport Plan for Brisbane - Strategic Directions (Transport Plan). This is a guide to the evolution of our city's transport network over the next 25 years as Brisbane grows and evolves.
Traffic and transport
Brisbane City Council is getting you home with less traffic congestion and more travel options, including new green bridges and the turn-up-and-go Brisbane Metro, which will revolutionise public transport in our city. We're also improving more than 1000 local roads to reduce congestion and create smoother streets and creating more dedicated bikeways and walking options. Council is committed to providing world-class public transport with more buses for the suburbs, expansion of the CityCat fleet and subsidised public transport and free services such as CityHopper ferries and city bus loops. Getting you home with less traffic congestion and more travel options means you get to spend less time on the road and in transit and more time doing what's important.
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Find out about buses, Brisbane Metro, CityCats and ferry services, Council Cabs and other transport services. This section also includes information on school traffic and transport, including the Active Schools Travel program.
Roads, bikeways and pathways
Council is busy building an improved road and transport network across Brisbane. Use this section to find out about road, bikeway and pathway projects and upgrades.
Council regulates vehicle parking in Brisbane. Use this section to access our parking guide and to find out about parking areas, Council car parks, parking permits, rules, signage and parking enforcement.
Find out how Council manages traffic in Brisbane from our traffic management centre. Read the Great Brisbane Key Corridors Performance Report, view current traffic alerts and road closures and find out about road safety programs.
North west transport network
Council is developing a business case to help reduce traffic congestion through Brisbane’s north-west.
We’re building new green bridges to make it even easier to get around our city on foot, by bike or scooter, or by connecting with public transport.
Brisbane Metro will be a key part of Brisbane's greater transport network connecting the city to the suburbs.
Council has launched a new double-decker CityCat (CityCat 22). This vessel represents the evolution of river travel and enhances passenger experience.