Council is working hard to tackle traffic congestion, deliver smoother suburban streets and provide more opportunities for walking and cycling to help get you home quicker and safer with more travel options.
Use this page to find out about future, current and completed transport infrastructure projects which are helping to keep Brisbane moving.
Brisbane Metro will cut travel times, reduce congestion and put more buses in the suburbs.
Stage 1 of the Wynnum Road corridor upgrade will improve safety for road users and help cater for existing and future traffic demands.
Construction is well underway on Council's Kingsford Smith Drive upgrade.
Council has released the preliminary design for Stage 1a and 1c of the Kangaroo Point Bikeway upgrade.
Use this map to find out about upcoming, in-progress and delivered transport infrastructure projects across Brisbane, including bikeways, bridges, tunnels, road and intersection upgrades, major corridors and traffic signal projects. If you prefer, you can view projects by list format.
Find out more about our Brisbane Metro project and how it will help us deliver Australia's most modern public and active transport.
You can also view this video on Council's YouTube account.
Brisbane City Council invests in major transport infrastructure projects, local road projects and public transport initiatives to tackle congestion in Brisbane.
Find out the different types of work that require approval and find out how to apply using the Application/Notice to Work on Council Property.
Find more information on how Council plans to reduce congestion and improve safety and access across the city through a focus on traffic improvements.
Find information about buses, CityCats, CityFerries, Council Cab and other transport services including timetable and tickets.
Find the Greater Brisbane Key Corridors Performance Report and information about traffic management in Brisbane, including our traffic management centre.
There are street parking meters throughout the Brisbane CBD and surrounding inner city areas. Find out more about parking zones and regulations.