St Lucia to West End green bridge
Brisbane City Council is building five new green bridges across Brisbane to make it even easier for you to get around our city using public transport, or by bike, or on foot.
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).
It will link the existing active transport network and the proposed Toowong to West End green bridge.
The St Lucia to West End green bridge will also enhance the river loop recreational cycling and walking experience.
Preliminary planning is underway on this exciting project and Council is now seeking feedback from the community. Find out how you can have your say.
The proposed alignment has been identified extending from the corner of Keith Street and Macquarie Street in St Lucia across the Brisbane River to the southern end of Boundary Street in West End.
The proposed alignment is not final and is subject to further investigations and community and stakeholder feedback.
Feedback from the community and stakeholders will play a critical role in further defining the project’s benefits, including the bridge’s final alignment, landing locations and design treatments.