Woolloongabba Bikeway project: fly-through video - supporting information | Brisbane City Council

Woolloongabba Bikeway project: fly-through video - supporting information

This page provides supporting information for the Woolloongabba Bikeway project fly-through video. 

Supporting information

The animated fly-through video shows the Woolloongabba Bikeway detailed design, released in March 2018.

The fly-through shows a map of the Woolloongabba Bikeway, and highlights key destinations in close proximity, such as Kangaroo Point, South Bank, and Carindale.

The fly-through then starts travelling along Annerley Road, from Gladstone Road, showing permanent on-road bike lanes on either side of Annerley Road. The fly-through shows cyclists using the bike lanes and cars travelling on the road.  The fly-through also shows two floating bus stops, located on Annerley Road outbound near Catherine Street, and Annerley Road inbound near Gloucester Street.

The fly-through shows a new signalised intersection at Annerley Road, Catherine Street and Clarence Street. From this intersection, the fly-through shows a bi-directional separated bikeway on Annerley Road extending approximately 240 metres to the next intersection at Stanley Street.

The fly-through then rises and shows Stanley Street, looking towards the Gabba, before starting to travel along Stanley Street from Ipswich Road. Along Stanley Street, the fly-through shows a bi-directional separated bikeway, and landscaping.

The fly-through shows left-in access at Merton Road from Stanley Street, and the closure of the left-turn slip lane to the South-East Freeway from Stanley Street. The fly-through continues down Stanley Street towards the Dock Street and Vulture Street intersection.

At the Stanley Street, Dock Street and Vulture Street intersection, the fly-through shows how Woolloongabba Bikeway will connect with Kangaroo Point bikeway.

23 March 2018