Developing a Connected, Flexible and Sustainable Transport Network for Brisbane’s Future

Developing a Connected, Flexible and Sustainable Transport Network for Brisbane’s Future

The latest travel time report published earlier this year by the Brisbane City Council proves congestion on Brisbane’s major local roads was getting worse with congestion levels up 3% across the network since last year and traffic crawling at a mere 27 km/h on 18 key corridors during the morning peak.

Brisbane as a city is the fastest growing region in Australia. With ongoing population growth and increasing pressures on the road network, Brisbane City is in need of new transport infrastructure and a shift in mindset to help encourage the use of public transport and cycle paths as a viable alternative to driving.

Ahead of the Congestion and Urban Mobility Summit 2017 we explore the challenges Brisbane City Council’s (BCC) comprehensive Transport Plan for Brisbane 2008-2026 is aiming to overcome and delve into the strategies Council is using to help reduce congestion and improve urban mobility.  


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