Better roads for Brisbane
Brisbane City Council is getting you home quicker and safer by delivering better roads for Brisbane and keeping the suburbs moving.
We’re making Brisbane better by taking coordinated action to fix congestion, build better transport networks and improve safety and traffic flow on suburban roads through the Better Roads for Brisbane Fund.
A joint $500 million commitment with the Australian Government means 11 congestion-busting projects can get underway in Brisbane over the next three years. This means you can spend less time on the road and more time doing what’s important.
Upcoming road projects
We're upgrading major corridors with more lanes and better intersections to improve safety and traffic flow in Indooroopilly, Rochedale, Ransome, Newstead, Mount Gravatt and Bracken Ridge.
Currently in progress:
- Moggill Road and Coonan Street intersection upgrade (Indooroopilly Roundabout)
- Hoyland Street upgrade
- Newnham Road and Wecker Road.
With future upgrades to:
Open level crossings
We're also contributing funding to improve safety at open level crossings at Lindum and Coopers Plains and $40 million towards removal of the open level crossing at Beams Road, Carseldine.
Other road solutions
Kingsford Smith Drive upgrade
The Kingsford Smith Drive upgrade will reduce traffic congestion, improve safety and create an entry statement to Brisbane. In addition to providing increased road capacity to accommodate future traffic volumes, the upgrade will deliver significantly improved pedestrian and cyclist facilities.
We're improving more than 1000 local roads to reduce congestion and create smoother streets.
To see what's currently happening in your area visit Current road and intersection projects.
Brisbane just keeps getting better. We're making better flowing roads.
Find out more about the other ways we're making Brisbetter.