Traffic management

Brisbane City Council can help you with information about traffic flows, local area traffic information, audio-tactile pedestrian facilities and much more.


Greater Brisbane Key Corridors Performance Report

This report provides information on the traffic volume and average travel speed for the Greater Brisbane key transport corridors over a six month period. These 38 key corridors include Council and Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) managed roads. 

Traffic alerts and closures

Find out about road works, road closures, events and traffic updates which may affect the flow of traffic in the Brisbane area from the Queensland Government traffic and travel information web site.

Brisbane Metropolitan Transport Management Centre

Brisbane Metropolitan Transport Management Centre operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week to provide effective public transport continuity.

Traffic Response Unit

Council's Traffic Response Unit has vehicles to manage traffic around events, implement diversions and provide assistance to vehicles.

Local area traffic management

Learn about Council's local area traffic management, including road types, traffic and pedestrian control and speed limits.

Audio-tactile Pedestrian facilities

Audio-tactile facilities are the push button systems at traffic lights that show when to cross and not cross the road.

Traffic volume counts

Apply for a traffic volume count for intersections with Council-owned traffic lights.

Road and intersection upgrades

Find road works and upgrade projects under construction in Brisbane.

Traffic CCTV footage

Images from Brisbane City Council’s Traffic Closed Circuit Television Network (CCTV) may be available on request. The process to request this footage depends on whether the request is made by a government organisation or not.

There is also a separate process for requesting footage from Council’s ‘City Safe’ CCTV cameras that operate in and around the Queen Street and Fortitude Valley malls. Find out more.