Bicentennial bikeway upgrade - Hale Street West
|Address||Bicentennial bikeway, between Graham Street and the Go Between Bridge|
|Project outcome||The Bicentennial bikeway – Hale Street west project is part of a broader project to improve capacity and safety for pedestrians and cyclists along the Bicentennial bikeway|
|Latest update||Construction completed in August 2011.|
About the project
Brisbane City Council has completed the Bicentennial Bikeway– Hale Street west between the Go Between Bridge and the Cribb Street ramp.
The upgrade separates pedestrian and cyclist movements providing a 2.5 metre wide dedicated pedestrian path and 3.5 metre wide cycle path. The Hale Street west project also increases capacity and improves safety for Brisbane’s busiest bikeway, which carries more than 4000 pedestrians and cyclists each day.
Hale Street west is part of a broader Bicentennial Bikeway upgrade initiative, which will separate pedestrians and cyclists from Toowong to the CBD. Brisbane City Council is progressively upgrading the Bicentennial Bikeway to minimise the impact of construction work on pathway users.
Council would like to thank pedestrians, cyclists and residents for their patience and cooperation while works were carried out on this important upgrade in the bikeway network.
The Bicentennial Bikeway – Hale Street west upgrade is part of Lord Mayor Graham Quirk’s commitment for Brisbane City Council to provide $100 million in new bikeway infrastructure over four years. It is also part funded by the Queensland Government.
The upgrade provides an improved facility with separated pathways for cyclists and pedestrians.
If you would like to provide comments, ask questions or find out more about the Bicentennial bikeway - Hale Street west project, you can:
- phone the project team on 1800 727 923
- phone Council on 07 3403 8888
- email the project team
- write to:
Bicentennial bikeway - Hale Street west
City Projects Office
Brisbane City Council
GPO Box 1434
Brisbane Qld 4001