Case study: Linking cycling to public transport – The Moreton Bay Rail Project

An image of the 12.6 kilometre Moreton Bay Rail Project which provides a safe and continuous pedestrian and cycle path.

The 12.6 kilometre Moreton Bay Rail Project provides a safe and continuous pedestrian and cycle path, with access to six new train stations along the way.
 
The link is located about 23 kilometres from the Brisbane city centre, and passes through developing residential areas such as North Lakes.
 
The path is designed to accommodate pedestrians and cyclists making local, inter-suburb, recreational and regional trips.
 
Bicycle parking with CCTV security coverage has been installed at the train stations along the link to encourage more people to cycle to the stations.