Move Safe Brisbane consultation
Brisbane City Council is committed to delivering safe and accessible active transport options throughout Brisbane for all members of the community.
As part of this commitment, Council has launched a Pedestrian Safety Review to help improve safety for people walking and riding in Brisbane. The first step in this review is to gather your valuable feedback on this important issue via the Move Safe Brisbane community consultation.
The consultation feedback maps will allow you to have your say on locations where you would make pedestrian or cyclist safety improvements within the Brisbane City Council area.
Your feedback will play a critical role in helping to address future safety improvements at key locations in Brisbane.
Have your say by Tuesday 28 August 2018
To share your feedback on areas where safety could be improved for pedestrians and cyclists, visit Your City Your Say and click on the 'Go to Map' button under pedestrian feedback or cyclist feedback.
Drag the pin onto a location on the map where you would make safety improvements. You have the option to write a comment, add a photo and tick the things you would change at the location.
To ensure accuracy of the data collected, you will need to create a screen name and provide an email address when you place a pin on the map. If you would like to remain anonymous, we suggest you use a screen name that will not identify you. Email addresses will be available to Council only and will be used to provide updates for this project.
You’re invited to have your say on this consultation by 11.59pm, Tuesday 28 August 2018.
The feedback provided throughout the consultation phase will be used to identify and prioritise pedestrian safety projects across Brisbane, alongside input from the Queensland Police Service’s crash data. Feedback on cyclist safety will be considered in the prioritisation and development of projects in Council’s Better Bikeways 4 Brisbane program.
Council’s project team will review and evaluate all feedback provided during the consultation phase and will report on key outcomes by late 2018.