Current bikeway and pathway projects
Through the Better Bikeways 4 Brisbane program, Brisbane City Council is investing $100 million over the next four years from July 2016. Brisbane’s network of bikeways improves access to local destinations and the Brisbane Central Business District (CBD). Cycle paths and bikeways enhance Brisbane's environment, keep our community active and healthy and minimise traffic congestion. Use this page to find out about current bikeway and pathway projects.
Council’s investment of $220 million since 2008 has improved cycling networks across our city. You can find out about completed bikeway and pathway projects across Brisbane.
Before cycling in Brisbane, find out about temporary bikeway closures and detours that may affect your bike ride.
- Boardwalk rehabilitation projects - four riverwalk locations to be rehabilitated
Enhancing the life of the structures and ensure that they remain safe and serviceable.
- Bicycle deflection rail removal strategy - popular bikeways and shared paths
Removing bicycle deflection rails ('banana bars') from bikeways and shared paths.
- Real-time bikeway counters - selected popular bikeways and shared paths
Displaying a live count of path users to track usage of the bikeway network.
- Brisbane City - Botanic Gardens Riverwalk project - Alice Street/Edward Street
Improving accessibility to the CBD and local destinations for all cyclists and pedestrians.
- Aspley - North Brisbane Bikeway: Webster Road to Robinson Road West project
Creating a high quality, safe and connected recreation and commuter route and improving access to the local network and amenities.
- Lutwyche and Wooloowin - North Brisbane Bikeway: Bridge Street to Kedron Brook
Improving safety and connectivity for cyclists.
- Wilston - Noble Street pedestrian bridge removal
Removal of the spans is required due to deterioration of the bridge's structural components and public safety concerns.
- Auchenflower - Patrick Lane intersection improvements project
Improve safety for cyclists, pedestrian and other road users.
- Chapel Hill and Kenmore - Sutling Street bridge replacement project
Improving safety and accessibility for pedestrians and cyclists.
- Indooroopilly - Indooroopilly Riverwalk
Improving safety and connectivity for pedestrians and cyclists.
There are no current bikeway and pathway projects in the south region of Brisbane.
- Wishart - Wishart Community Park bikeway
Enhancing connectivity for local residents.
With an extensive network of bikeways and shared pathways and great bike-related events and facilities, Brisbane has some of the best cycle facilities in Australia. Sign up for free to Cycling Brisbane to receive exclusive deals and discounts, project updates and much more. Cycling Brisbane also includes a heap of bike rides to try including casual, family and training rides.