Brisbane’s Green Bridges $550 million investment

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Brisbane City Council is providing more transport options and responding to a growing population, making it easier for residents and visitors to travel around our city now and into the future.

Building and investing in Brisbane’s roads, bridges, footpaths, bike paths and e-mobility options is creating world-class public and active transport that will help residents navigate the city easily, and will leave a lasting legacy as we set our sights on the Brisbane 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

Council’s Green Bridges Program is a vital part of this plan making it even easier for our residents and visitors to get around our city on foot, by bike or scooter, or by connecting with public transport.

The new bridges will connect Kangaroo Point to the CBD, Toowong to West End, St Lucia to West End, as well as a new crossing at Breakfast Creek.

Council has committed the city’s largest ever investment in active transport with a $294 million commitment over the next four years to progress the 10-year Green Bridges Program, including the delivery of the Kangaroo Point and Breakfast Creek Green Bridges by late 2023.

In total, Council will invest up to $550 million for its transformational plan to build new green bridges and will seek funding contributions from the Queensland and Australian governments.

Read more at Brisbane City Council.