North west transport network - Stage 2 community consultation

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Consultation has concluded

Updated December 2020

Consultation on Stage 2 of the north west transport network business case has now closed. Thank you to everyone who has provided feedback.

From early 2021, Council will assess community feedback to help inform the scope of transport solutions for inclusion in the business case. A report summarising community feedback received during Stage 2 consultation will be released by mid-2021.

To stay informed about the project, sign up for email updates.

The Australian Government has provided Brisbane City Council with funding to develop a business case to help reduce traffic congestion in Brisbane’s north-west.

The business case study area extends from Toowong to Bald Hills and is also considering surrounding areas including the Moreton Bay region.

In late 2019, Council invited residents to share feedback about travel behaviour and where transport services and infrastructure could be improved, to help understand transport challenges in the area.

As part of Stage 2 of the project, a range of potential transport infrastructure ideas were developed, including:

Click the links above to view the transport ideas.

From Friday 27 November to Monday 21 December 2020, residents were invited to have their say on the transport ideas for Brisbane’ north west transport network. Feedback was collected via:

  • an online survey and quick poll
  • in-person community consultation sessions
  • emails and phone calls.

Community feedback will play a key role in shaping what transport ideas are put forward in the final business case, prior to the Australian Government’s assessment of the business case and consideration of potential funding.


Updated December 2020

Consultation on Stage 2 of the north west transport network business case has now closed. Thank you to everyone who has provided feedback.

From early 2021, Council will assess community feedback to help inform the scope of transport solutions for inclusion in the business case. A report summarising community feedback received during Stage 2 consultation will be released by mid-2021.

To stay informed about the project, sign up for email updates.

The Australian Government has provided Brisbane City Council with funding to develop a business case to help reduce traffic congestion in Brisbane’s north-west.

The business case study area extends from Toowong to Bald Hills and is also considering surrounding areas including the Moreton Bay region.

In late 2019, Council invited residents to share feedback about travel behaviour and where transport services and infrastructure could be improved, to help understand transport challenges in the area.

As part of Stage 2 of the project, a range of potential transport infrastructure ideas were developed, including:

Click the links above to view the transport ideas.

From Friday 27 November to Monday 21 December 2020, residents were invited to have their say on the transport ideas for Brisbane’ north west transport network. Feedback was collected via:

  • an online survey and quick poll
  • in-person community consultation sessions
  • emails and phone calls.

Community feedback will play a key role in shaping what transport ideas are put forward in the final business case, prior to the Australian Government’s assessment of the business case and consideration of potential funding.