Brisbane City Council’s $28 million Green Camp Road corridor upgrade continues to move ahead with Tilley Road set to reopen from next week.
Brisbane City Council is making it easier for residents to access parking permits with the introduction of a new digital system, providing on-the-spot permit approvals.
Brisbane City Council’s $28 million Green Camp Road upgrade has reached a major milestone, with motorists now able to drive along the newly constructed road corridor for the first time.
Brisbane is buzzing with the city’s best vantage points being prepped and traffic management plans locked in for the city’s biggest fireworks spectacular this Saturday September 29.
Lord Mayor Graham Quirk will today announce new and upgraded pedestrian crossings for Brisbane’s CBD, as well as a reduced speed limit on Ann Street, in response to an interim report on Brisbane City Council’s Pedestrian Safety Review.
Brisbane commuters will now benefit from quicker and safer trips between the city’s inner-north and western suburbs, with works complete on Brisbane City Council’s Inner City Bypass (ICB) upgrade.
Lord Mayor Graham Quirk has today unveiled the final plans for a $9.2 million upgrade along Waterworks Road, which would see the road widened between Trout Street and Beth Eden Terrace in Ashgrove.
Construction has kicked off on the $27.8 million upgrade to the Green Camp Road corridor, reducing congestion and improving safety for motorists, cyclists and public transport users.
A six-knot speed restriction along a 1.5 kilometre stretch of the Brisbane River will be lifted this week, marking the completion of river-based construction for the $650 million upgrade of Kingsford Smith Drive.
Brisbane City Council will upgrade signage for the Lang Park Traffic area, in a move to introduce adjustable Suncorp Stadium event-day parking hours, and encourage more people to shop and dine locally.