Brisbane City Council has a number of road and transport projects in progress to improve Brisbane's road, pedestrian and public transport networks. If you're cycling, driving or on public transport, getting around Brisbane is easy when you have the latest traffic and public transport information. Find out about traffic management, school transport and Brisbane's public transport.
Council has released the Draft Transport Plan for Brisbane - Strategic Directions document for consultation and will be engaging with the community and industry up until March 2018 to ensure everyone has the chance to have their say on Brisbane's transport future.
Find out about parking zones, traffic controlled areas, parking permits and applying for temporary road closures.
Brisbane City Council operates one of the largest bus fleets in Australia, as well as CityCats and the CityFerry network. Find information about buses, CityCats, CityFerries, Council Cab and other transport services.
Brisbane City Council is responsible for many of the major road and bikeways infrastructure.
Information about traffic management in Brisbane, traffic reports, permits and the Traffic Management Centre.
Find out about future, current and completed transport infrastructure projects which are helping to keep Brisbane moving. Check out the map which plots bikeway and pathway, bridge and tunnel, suburban street, major corridor and traffic signals projects across Brisbane.
Council is committed to reducing congestion and improving safety and access across the city through a network-wide focus on traffic improvements to meet current and future traffic volumes along Brisbane’s road network corridors.
Find out about current traffic and parking studies open for consultation, as well as studies where findings are helping to prioritise future projects and works.