Case study: creating connected cycle networks

A man and a woman look at eachother while cycling down a concrete path with trees on either side of them.The plans cover 48 local government areas and 98.9 per cent of Queenslanders. They show more than 10,000 kilometres of network.

State and local governments and key stakeholders worked together to identify and prioritise the network to help make it easier and safer for Queenslanders to cycle.

The routes guide the planning, design and building of the network. Accompanying Priority Route Maps identify the delivery priority assigned to principal routes in each area.

Delivering the principal cycle network will help make cycling in Queensland safer, better connected and a more attractive transport choice