Brisbane City Cycleway
The Brisbane City Cycle Way project involved upgrading and widening the section of Bicentennial Bikeway from the Go Between Bridge to the end of the recently upgraded section of bikeway adjacent to the Cribb Street intersection ramp. The upgrade works provided separation of pedestrians and cyclists to improve capacity and safety.
The Bicentennial Bikeway is Brisbane City’s busiest shared pathway and an important cycle and pedestrian link in the active transport network. Running along the Brisbane River and connecting the CBD to Toowong, each day it carries up to 6,500 pedestrians and cyclists.
Brisbane City Council has progressively upgraded the Bicentennial Bikeway, which forms part of Lord Mayor Campbell Newman's commitment for Brisbane City Council to provide $100 million in new bikeway infrastructure over four years.
Brisbane City Council selected Waco Kwikform to design and erect the temporary bikeway due to our superior design, our capabilities in similar projects and the quality of the overall solution provided.