Lord Mayor Graham Quirk is investing significantly in keeping the city moving with more than $196 million committed for key public and active transport projects in the 2014-15 Budget.
Lord Mayor Graham Quirk is delivering on his commitment to tackle traffic with more than $200 million committed in his 2014-15 Budget for the city’s future infrastructure program.
Lord Mayor Graham Quirk has announced construction on the Multicultural Performing Arts Centre in Sunnybank is due to commence in 2015 and be completed in 2016.
Lord Mayor Graham Quirk will deliver key infrastructure projects in his 2014-15 Budget designed to keep Brisbane moving and enhance the day-to-day lives of residents across the city.
Lord Mayor Graham Quirk is boosting his commitment to keep Brisbane a clean, green and vibrant city with more than $171 million allocated for city improvement works in his 2014-15 Budget.
Lord Mayor Graham Quirk has announced the continued rollout of the left turn on red project at up to 50 more intersections across the city as part of a $68.4 million commitment for tackling traffic congestion.
Lord Mayor Graham Quirk is investing in a range of suburban community infrastructure projects in his 2014-15 Budget, including new skate facilities across the city, upgrades to libraries, and the construction of new community venues.
Lord Mayor Graham Quirk is investing $10.9 million in health and public safety in 2014-15 which will include the delivery of tangible projects that will enhance the city’s safety.
Lord Mayor Graham Quirk is boosting Brisbane City Council’s commitment for memorial and heritage restorations in the 2014-15 Budget to help ready the city for next year’s ANZAC Centenary.
Lord Mayor Graham Quirk has announced a 12-month freeze for on-street parking costs with no change to the current meter costs in this week’s Council Budget to be delivered on Wednesday.