Brisbane City Council is tackling road damage in the south west, with upgrade works underway at Northbrook Street at Sinnamon Park.
Lord Mayor Graham Quirk is continuing to improve Brisbane’s parking availability and accessibility, with a new $3.4 million investment to implement key recommendations from the Parking Taskforce.
Lord Mayor Graham Quirk is allocating $5.6 million this year with a further $15.7 million over the following three years toward new skills development of Brisbane’s young people through apprenticeships and traineeships.
Lord Mayor Graham Quirk has committed more than $11.4 million to transform Edward Street in the central business district into a showcase street and delivering two new suburban centre improvement projects as part of his 2015-16 Budget.
Lord Mayor Graham Quirk has allocated $3.4 million to build a new visitor information centre at the Mt Coot-tha Botanic Gardens and a further $2.6 million to refurbish and enhance the Gardens and Mt Coot-tha Reserve during the next two years.
Lord Mayor Graham Quirk has announced the Inner City Bypass will be widened from three to four lanes between Legacy Way and the RNA tunnel to increase capacity to allow for future growth along the key corridor that already carries more than 85,000 vehicles per day.
Lord Mayor Graham Quirk is investing $1.3 million to improve school zone safety in his 2015-16 Budget, with a further $1.5 million over the following three years.
Lord Mayor Graham Quirk is committing $15.5 million in his 2015-16 Budget to implement key recommendations from the Brisbane 2022 New World City Action Plan.
Lord Mayor Graham Quirk is continuing to modernise Brisbane’s public transport infrastructure as part of a $228 million investment into public transport and bikeway initiatives in his 2015-16 Budget.
Lord Mayor Graham Quirk has announced that Brisbane’s digital credentials will continue to grow with new and expanded programs to build on the successful Digital Brisbane Strategy.