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Plans unveiled for new Indooroopilly bikeway

Brisbane City Council has unveiled plans for the first stage of a new bikeway in Indooroopilly that will complete a critical link between the Western Freeway Bikeway, the University of Queensland and the Brisbane River Loop. Read more…

Wynnum serves up a beach volleyball bonanza

Brisbane sports fans will get a serve of volleyball action this winter, with Brisbane City Council’s historic Wynnum Wading Pool gearing up to host the city’s new Pro-Am competition, ‘The Battle of Waterloo’. Read more…

Historic air-raid bunkers uncovered during wharf restoration

A piece of the city’s World War Two history is set to come alive at the Howard Smith Wharves entertainment precinct, with five previously hidden air-raid shelters to become a feature of the new public parklands. Read more…

Brisbane River lifestyle and transport hubs one step closer

New on-water docking hubs for recreational boats, kayaks and water taxis at New Farm Park and Dutton Park are one step closer, following development approval for the new structures this week, to allow construction to commence. Read more…

Brisbane bike classes boost cycling confidence

Brisbane City Council is boosting bike riding confidence across the city with a free cycling education program encouraging thousands of people to switch from four wheels to two. Read more…

Contractor appointed for $28M Green Camp Road upgrade

Brisbane City Council’s upgrade of the Green Camp Road corridor is one step closer, with the appointment of a contractor to undertake the congestion-busting project. Read more…

Council releases tender for Murphy and Ellison upgrade

Brisbane City Council’s plans for a major upgrade to transform Murphy and Ellison Roads in Geebung are driving ahead with Council now calling for tenders to deliver the $40 million congestion-busting project. Read more…

Council drives road safety program at Brisbane schools

Council’s campaign for safer streets around Brisbane schools has kicked-started for Term Two, with close to 100 schools adopting new traffic management plans to ease congestion and boost safety. Read more…

Parking permits to be introduced in city’s south

West End and Highgate Hill residents have thrown their support behind a proposal to make parking in their streets more accessible, with Brisbane City Council now moving forward to implement a residential parking permit scheme. Read more…

First look at plan to transform Oxley Creek green corridor

Lord Mayor Graham Quirk has today unveiled the draft Master Plan for the Oxley Creek Transformation project, which will restore a 20 kilometre run-down, industrialised creek corridor into a world class environmental leisure precinct. Read more…