City Planning Chairman Cr Matthew Bourke has announced that Brisbane City Council is continuing to implement Brisbane’s Future Blueprint, with changes to car sharing and enhanced protection of landmark trees to be put forward in a major amendment to City Plan 2014 at tomorrow’s Council meeting.
Construction of the Brisbane Metro is a step closer with more than 200 business leaders from local and international companies today attending a special industry briefing to hear about the construction and employment opportunities expected from the $944 million project.
Origin fever has hit Brisbane buses, with Brisbane City Council bus depots battling each other for the best State of Origin-decorated bus ahead of Game Three tonight.
Brisbane City Council will go to the market within weeks to commence the purchase of 60 Metro vehicles and tender for the construction of significant infrastructure including the new underground Brisbane Metro station at the Cultural Centre precinct.
Brisbane river commuters will soon be able to get home quicker and safer with the Lord Mayor investing $68 million over the coming year to deliver new express ‘SpeedyCat’ services, a new CityCat, as well as major makeovers to ferry terminals.
Lord Mayor Graham Quirk has given the State Government a 10-year guarantee that the Brisbane Metro operating costs can be funded from within existing public transport budgets.
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.
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.
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.
The final stages of Brisbane City Council’s upgrade of the Inner City Bypass (ICB) are taking shape, with a new westbound on-ramp for buses and general traffic now complete, ahead of a mid-year opening.