Montague Road transport study
Brisbane City Council is undertaking a transport study for the Montague Road corridor in West End and South Brisbane.
|Montague Road corridor in West End and South Brisbane
|The Gabba Ward
|Improve our city's transport network
|Phase one consultation closed. Developing transport study.
About the project
We know that demand for transport along Montague Road and the surrounding road network is increasing as the area grows. We are undertaking a transport study to better understand the challenges and opportunities for all modes of transport along Montague Road and how these interact with travel within the Kurilpa peninsula.
This study is part of our ongoing transport network review process and will ensure we are continuing to plan for the future.
This planning study is a joint initiative of Brisbane City Council and the Queensland Government.
The first phase of community consultation closed 10 December 2023.
Thank you for taking part in planning our city by having your say about your experiences, travel patterns, challenges and opportunities for travel improvements along the Montague Road corridor.
We are planning a second phase of consultation in mid-2024, where we will share a summary of feedback received from the community and release a draft transport study for feedback.
More information about the second round of community consultation will be shared in 2024.
What we will do with your feedback
Your feedback will play an important part in this study as we seek to better understand user experiences and challenges, as well as suggestions for how we can improve travel for all transport modes along the Montague Road corridor.
Community feedback will be considered along with our technical data and will assist us to develop a transport study that will consider options for potential future upgrades along the Montague Road corridor.
We are committed to keeping the community informed and will provide a summary of the feedback received and information about the second round of consultation in 2024.
If you would like to find out more information or ask any questions you can:
- phone the project team on 1800 669 416 during business hours
- phone Council’s Contact Centre on 07 3403 8888 (24 hours)
- email the project team.