Transport Plan for Brisbane - Implementation plan

To support the release of the Transport Plan for Brisbane - Strategic Directions, Brisbane City Council has developed the Transport Plan for Brisbane - Implementation Plan 2018. The implementation plan outlines short-to-medium term actions that will help us to achieve the outcomes of the transport plan.

The implementation plan includes the following components:


The framework sets out:

  • the purpose of the implementation plan
  • how the transport plan and implementation plan work together
  • roles and responsibilities for implementation and;
  • Council’s overall planning and delivery framework for transport infrastructure and services.
Key initiatives This sets out the priority activities we plan to develop in the first two years. These will show leadership in achieving the intent and outcomes of the transport plan.
Program actions This sets out initial implementation actions that will help deliver the outcomes and strategic directions of the transport plan in the short-to-medium term.
Monitoring and reporting This sets out the mechanisms and processes that we will use to monitor and review the delivery of implementation activities. It also highlights the intent to develop performance indicators that will measure our success in achieving the transport plan outcomes.

Have your say on Brisbane’s e-mobility strategy draft

Council is seeking input from the community and industry on Brisbane’s e-mobility strategy draft to ensure everyone has an opportunity to have their say on Brisbane’s transport future.

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Consultation is open until 11.59pm on 28 February 2021.


Since the release of the Transport Plan for Brisbane – Implementation Plan 2018, Council has been working to further explore and develop outcomes to strengthen our city’s transport network.

Move Safe Brisbane program

Council’s Move Safe Brisbane program is a key initiative of the Transport Plan.

The Move Safe Brisbane program has delivered a range of pedestrian safety outcomes including speed reductions, scramble crossings, community information sessions and safety reviews.

New green bridges

Council’s Transport Plan also highlights the need to explore a linked network of strategically located green bridges to enable residents and workers to replace car-based trips with public and active transport options.

Since 2018, Council has progressed with plans to deliver new green bridges.

The new bridges will link Kangaroo Point to the Brisbane Central Business District (CBD), Toowong to West End, St Lucia to West End, as well as a new crossing at Breakfast Creek.

E-wheeling opportunities

As another key initiative of the Transport Plan, Council is currently focussing on e-wheeling opportunities to encourage greater use of e-bikes, e-scooters and other emerging active travel options.

Council is also engaging and educating the community regarding appropriate behaviour and conduct with the growth of e-wheeling on pathways through Council’s Riding in Brisbane Guide and Cycling Brisbane’s e-bike workshops.

More information

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Last updated: 24 November 2020