Have your say on motorcycling in Brisbane

Having a safe, connected, flexible and sustainable transport network is vital to our city. It helps us commute to work, access vibrant lifestyle and leisure opportunities, do business and visit family and friends.

Brisbane City Council is seeking input from the community and industry on motorcycling in Brisbane to identify opportunities to improve motorcycling safety, accessibility and parking across Brisbane and to support motorcycle use into the future by understanding barriers and working to address them.

We are asking for feedback from all types of riders, from commuters and those who ride as part of their job to casual and leisure riders. We are also seeking feedback from those who do not ride but may be interested in starting. A wide range of views will help us to create an action plan that will work for Brisbane now and in the future.

Feedback will help us to deliver on our commitments in the Transport Plan for Brisbane - Strategic Directions (Transport Plan) and ensure everyone has an opportunity to have their say on Brisbane’s transport future.

About the project

Motorcycling is a key initiative of the Transport Plan for Brisbane - Implementation Plan 2018, and focuses on opportunities for safe, motorcycle travel in the city. Travelling by motorcycle and mopeds, particularly for commuter trips, can assist in managing congestion on our roads and reduce the need for car parking in the CBD and activity centres.

Our vision is for motorcycling to be a transport mode of choice for travelling throughout Brisbane and minor goods transport, with appropriate infrastructure in place to support safe riding for residents, visitors and businesses in Brisbane.

By working with the motorcycling community and key transport stakeholder groups, Council will continue to identify and develop policies, action plans and infrastructure opportunities to enhance safe motorcycle travel in the city.

Have your say

Have your say on motorcycling in Brisbane including feedback on potential barriers, safety, and what actions would support residents, visitors and businesses who choose to adopt motorcycling to travel and transport minor goods throughout Brisbane.

Complete the online survey by 11.59pm on Sunday 27 February 2022.

Have your say

Following community and industry feedback, Council will develop a motorcycling action plan detailing a number of short- and longer-term initiatives and actions Council can deliver to achieve the plan objectives.

It will be Council’s responsibility to:

  • promote and coordinate activities that relate to implementing the strategy
  • encourage government, industry, private sector and the community involvement in Brisbane’s transport future
  • monitor and track progress towards achieving the outcomes of the strategy.

More information

If you would like to find out more about the project, you can:

  • phone Council on 07 3403 8888.
  • write to:
    Transport Plan for Brisbane
    Brisbane City Council
    GPO Box 1434
    Brisbane Qld 4001.
Last updated: 3 December 2021