Five new green bridges across Brisbane

Five new green bridges across Brisbane

Have your say about the new green bridges

Posted on 20.11.2019

Brisbane City Council is building five new green bridges across Brisbane which will make it even easier to get around our city on foot, by bike, or public transport.

We’re getting you home quicker and safer with less traffic congestion and more travel options, so you can spend less time on the road and more time doing what’s important.

The new bridges are at:

  • Kangaroo Point (to the Brisbane Central Business District (CBD)
  • Toowong (to West End)
  • St Lucia (to West End)
  • Breakfast Creek
  • Bellbowrie

View our proposed green bridge locations map.

Council is inviting you to have your say about the new green bridges until Friday 6 December.

Brisbane just keeps getting better. With Brisbane Metro now underway, the Better Suburbs Plan bringing vibrancy to our suburbs, five new green bridges, better flowing roads and a new Victoria Park with something for everybody, this is how we’re making Brisbetter.

We’ve also introduced free off-peak travel for seniors, 50 per cent off rates for the first 12 months available to first home owners, a brand new double-decker CityCat and new business initiatives including fee cuts in small business fees.

Brisbane City Council

Share

FacebookTwitter

Have a story to tell or news to share?

Let us know by Submitting a News Story

Discover Queensland

Explore all of Queensland’s adventures.

Start Exploring

What's On

Feb

26

Government support for business and industry

Information about the range of support and services available and how best to access them
Read more

Feb

29

Enclosed Sea Guide and Instructor Assessment

A full day assessment for the Paddle Australia Enclosed Sea Guide or Instructor Award
Read more

Mar

04

Women’s Adventure Film Tour, Gold Coast

The Women's Adventure Film Tour presented by Paddy Pallin is coming to the Gold Coast to celebrate Women's Week 2020!
Read more

Latest News

First ever tender for QLD ecotourism trail

Cooloola Great Walk – the first ecotourism trail ever to be delivered by the Queensland Government

Read more
Habitat Destruction Failure!

Research shows federal law failure in preventing habitat destruction

Read more
Incidents in the Outdoors: Cycling

Cycling (on-road / off-road) Incidents

Read more

Become a member

QORF welcomes applications for new Community and Green Circle Members from organisations and individuals involved in the outdoors

Learn More
Tail Lights by Georgina Pratten