Brisbane City Council’s Brisbane Metro project has joined university students for O-Week festivities before the turn-up-and-go service officially arrives for classes in 2023.
Brisbane City Council is today kicking off the 2019 Active School Travel program, which has encouraged more than 100,000 primary school students to actively travel since 2004.
Council is ramping up traffic safety around schools for the first term of the year by working with schools to implement and enforce safety measures.
Brisbane’s CityCycle success continues to grow, with the fleet of 2,000 bikes approaching three million trips since October 2010.
Deputy Mayor Adrian Schrinner has today announced Brisbane City Council will expand the city’s river transport network with a new ferry terminal for Brisbane’s newest leisure and lifestyle precinct, Howard Smith Wharves.
Brisbane City Council is continuing its campaign to keep kids safe with a traffic blitz planned at 60 Brisbane schools for Term Four, to reduce congestion and boost safety.
Brisbane’s most modern ferry terminal has today been unveiled, with works to upgrade the New Farm Park ferry terminal now complete.
Brisbane is buzzing with the city’s best vantage points being prepped and traffic management plans locked in for the city’s biggest fireworks spectacular this Saturday September 29.
City Planning Chairman Cr Matthew Bourke has announced that Brisbane City Council is continuing to implement Brisbane’s Future Blueprint, with changes to car sharing and enhanced protection of landmark trees to be put forward in a major amendment to City Plan 2014 at tomorrow’s Council meeting.
Construction of the Brisbane Metro is a step closer with more than 200 business leaders from local and international companies today attending a special industry briefing to hear about the construction and employment opportunities expected from the $944 million project.