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Bicentennial Bikeway Stage 3

22 November, 2012

Bicentennial Bikeway Stage 3

Brisbane City Council is planning to upgrade the Bicentennial Bikeway between Park Road and Lang Parade, Milton to improve the safety and efficiency of this busy area.

This project is part of Lord Mayor Graham Quirk’s commitment to provide $120 million in new bikeway infrastructure over four years, as part of the Active Transport Strategy – ‘Better Bikeways 4 Brisbane’ program.

The Bicentennial Bikeway Stage 3 upgrade will involve:
• Separating pedestrian and cyclist movements
• Constructing approximately 560m of dedicated 3.5m wide cycle path and 2m wide pedestrian path
• Construction a new bridge to sit alongside the current bridge next to the former Drift Restaurant
• Applying safety pavement markings along the new path

The upgrades to the Bicentennial Bikeway have been undertaken in stages to minimise the impact on users.
• Stage 1: Cribb Street to Park Road – completed in 2009
• Stage 2: Lang Parade to Land Street – completed in September 2012
• Stage 3: Park Road to Lang Parade – construction works to commence late 2012
• Stage 4: Land Street to west of the Regatta Ferry Terminal – construction works planned to commence mid-2013
Construction of Stage 3 is scheduled to start in December 2012 and is expected to be completed in mid-2013, weather permitting. Works will generally be undertaken Monday to Saturday, from 7am to 5pm. Night works may be required to minimise disruption to bikeway and road users.

Pedestrian and cycle detours will be in place for the duration of the construction period. Please look for detour signage and follow the direction of the traffic controllers where necessary. For further information on access and detours during construction, visit Council’s website, www.brisbane.qld.gov.au, and search for ‘Bicentennial Bikeway Stage 3’.

Council is committed to keeping local residents informed about construction activity in their area and will provide advance notification of activities likely to cause disruption during the construction period. We would like to thank local residents and bikeway users for their patience and understanding during these important works.

If you would like to receive regular updates about his project, if you have any questions or if you would like more information please call the project’s free call information line on 1800 669 416 or email bikewayprojects@brisbane.qld.gov.au
For information outside of business hours please call Council’s 24 hour contact centre on (07) 3403 8888.



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