Indooroopilly Bikeway (Radnor Street) - Stage 1 project - Indooroopilly | Brisbane City Council

Indooroopilly Bikeway (Radnor Street) - Stage 1 project - Indooroopilly

Brisbane City Council is planning to deliver new bikeway infrastructure as part of the Indooroopilly Bikeway project.

Project summary

Address Witton Road to Radnor Street, Indooroopilly
Ward Walter Taylor
Project outcome Improve safety and connectivity for cyclists and pedestrians
Project plan

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Latest news Community consultation has closed.

About the project

The Indooroopilly Bikeway project will complete a missing link in the bikeway network, providing a connection for cyclists and pedestrians between the Western Freeway and the University of Queensland.

Brisbane City Council is planning to deliver Stage 1 of this project as part of the Better Bikeways 4 Brisbane program, creating dedicated bikeways and active travel options with a $100 million investment from 2016 to 2020. Stage 1 will connect Witton Road, at the corner of Twigg Street, and to Radnor Street, near Foxton Street, including a short pedestrian connection to Riverview Terrace.

The project aims to provide a safe connection for cyclists and pedestrians and create a high quality, connected, accessible recreation and commuter route for Brisbane residents.

Council will deliver the project in stages. Stage 2 will extend the first stage, under the Walter Taylor Bridge and connect to the Witton Barracks on the eastern side, at the existing Jack Pesch Bikeway. Stage 2 will be delivered as a separate future project, when funding becomes available. 

The proposed preliminary design will improve safety and accessibility for pedestrians and cyclists and includes:

  • a new 5 metre shared pathway with separate facilities for pedestrians and cyclists
  • connections to Foxton Street and Riverview Terrace
  • upgrading the Foxton Street/Radnor Street intersection
  • lighting along the length of the pathway
  • landscaping and wayfinding signage.

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Benefits

The project will benefit the community by:

  • creating a high quality, connected and accessible recreation and commuter route for residents of the western suburbs of Brisbane
  • forming a key between the Western Freeway and The University of Queensland and connecting to the Brisbane River Loop bikeway
  • encouraging  commuter and recreational walking and cycling
  • enhancing lifestyle and leisure opportunities for residents in the area
  • improving safety, connectivity and visibility for cyclists and pedestrians.

Project update

The preliminary design was completed in May 2018, and was open for consultation from 14 May to 3 June 2018.

Feedback received during the consultation period will be considered in the detailed design phase, due to be completed in mid-2018. Construction is anticipated to begin in early 2019, weather and site conditions permitting. 

More information

If you would like to provide comments or find out more about the Indooroopilly Bikeway project, you can:

  • phone the project team on 1800 010 705 (during business hours)
  • phone Council on 07 3403 8888 (after hours)
  • email the project team
  • write to:
    Indooroopilly Bikeway (Radnor Street) - Stage 1 project
    City Projects Office
    Brisbane City Council
    GPO Box 1434
    Brisbane Qld 4001
11 June 2018