Move Safe Brisbane

Move Safe Brisbane

The first step in a process to improve safety for people walking and cycling in Brisbane.

Posted on 07.08.2018

The Pedestrian Safety Review process will use the results to inform a number of projects that will improve safety at key locations in Brisbane. Feedback is sought from all road users. Feedback on cycling will be taken into account for the prioritisation and development of projects in the Better Bikeways program.

To ensure accuracy of the data, you will need to create a screen name and provide an email address when you submit a comment. We suggest you use a screen name that cannot easily identify you. Email addresses will be available to Council only and will be used for the purpose of this project to provide updates.

You can provide your feedback until 11.59pm on Tuesday 28 August 2018.

To comment, please click on the ‘Go to Map’ button and drag pins within the shaded Brisbane City Council area only.

If you are unable to drag a pin on the map or complete the survey, please phone Council’s contact centre on 3403 8888.

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