Council Seeks Feedback on North West Transport Network

Council has started the development of a business case to help ease traffic congestion on the north-west transport network, covering areas from Bald HIlls to Toowong.

Following the Transport Plan for Brisbane – Strategic Directions consultation held in late 2017 to April 2018, the north-west transport network business case will look into the future of transport in the city, identify opportunities to improve its reliability, convenience, and transport options. 

North west transport network
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Through the help of a $10-million funding commitment from the Australian Government, the business case study will cover the suburbs of Toowong, Ashgrove, Enoggera, Everton Park, Stafford Heights, Chermside, Bridgeman Downs, and Bald Hills.

Council Seeks Feedback on North West Transport Network
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Council is inviting the public to have their say by 11:59 p.m. 7 February 2020 and share their current travel behaviour and where transport services and infrastructure could be improved by:

Transport Planning and Operations
Brisbane City Council
GPO Box 1434

Brisbane Qld 4001

Locals may also attend any of the community consultation sessions at these locations, dates, and times.

Wednesday 4 December 20193 – 6 pmChermside Library
Thursday 5 December 20195 -8 pmBrookside Shopping Centre, 159 Osborne Road, Mitchelton
Saturday 7 December 20199 am – 12 pmAshgrove Library
Wednesday 11 December 20193 – 6 pmGrange Library
Thursday 12 December 20193 – 6 pmEverton Park Library
Saturday 14 December 20199 am – 12 pmMt Coot-tha Library
Monday 20 January 20209 am – 12 pmStafford City Shopping Centre, 400 Stafford Road, Stafford
Tuesday 21 January 20209 am – 12 pmToowong Village, 9 Sherwood Road, Toowong
Wednesday 22 January 20209 am – 12 pmAspley Hypermarket, 59 Albany Creek Road, Aspley
Friday 24 January 20209 am – 12 pmTaigum Square Shopping Centre, 217 Beams Road, Taigum
Thursday 30 January 20205 – 8 pmCarseldine Central, 735 Beams Road, Carseldine

Council will publish the consultation report in mid-2020. The next phase will involve the assessment of the community feedback and identification of potential solutions. By June 2021, Council will finalise the preferred transport options and publish the business case based on community feedback.