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Julian SIMMONDS


Councillor for Walter Taylor Ward

Walter Taylor Bridge

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Bikeways and Footpaths

Bikeway to boost connectivity in St Lucia
25 May, 2015 Brisbane City Council will improve active transport connections in St Lucia with construction currently underway on a new off-road link on the Macquarie Street bikeway. Public and Active Transport Chairman Councillor Peter Matic said the $160,000 Macquarie Street bikeway project would involve u... Read more
Toowong to Indooroopilly Commuter bikeway project
12 May, 2015  I am pleased to announce that upgrades have now commenced as part of the Toowong to Indooroopilly Commuter bikeway project. This project will improve safety, connectivity and visibility for cyclists and pedestrians travelling between Toowong and Indooroopilly and is part of Lord Mayor Graham ... Read more
18 July, 2014 Brisbane City Council has completed construction of the $650,000 Western Creek Bridge replacement to connect the Bicentennial Bikeway between Lang Parade and Graham Street. Councillor for the Toowong Ward and Public and Active Transport Chairman,... Read more
11 July, 2014 Council has recently released a new set of bike skills training courses for July to November 2014 at 14 different locations around Brisbane. These courses are a great way to get you and your family back on the bike this year. For more informati... Read more
03 September, 2013 Brisbane cyclists have been invited to have their say on the preferred alignments for the Toowong to Indooroopilly Commuter Bikeway Corridor. The alignments will be available for viewing at a public information session on Thursday, 5 September. ... Read more
25 March, 2013 Lord Mayor Graham Quirk will today unveil three new pedestrian countdown timer sites in Toowong, with a further nine sites earmarked in Fortitude Valley and the CBD. The Lord Mayor said the roll-out of the additional sites followed the successful ... Read more
21 March, 2013 Lord Mayor Graham Quirk is helping to make the city more accessible for cyclists with a record commitment of $120 million over four years for the Better Bikeways 4 Brisbane program. Public and Active Transport Committee Chairman Peter Matic said t... Read more
01 December, 2011 Lord Mayor Graham Quirk has today announced Brisbane is a step closer to achieving universal inclusion and access for residents and visitors, with the launch of the Brisbane Access and Inclusion Plan 2012-2017. The Lord Mayor said $9 million per y... Read more
27 September, 2011 The number of cracked footpaths in Brisbane has dropped by over 1000 kilometres in just two years thanks to the Lord Mayor’s record investment in footpath maintenance, new figures revealed today. Council’s latest audit of the city&rsqu... Read more
14 June, 2011 Lord Mayor Graham Quirk will spend over $5 million in 2011/12 improving disability services as part of his vision to make Brisbane a more accessible and inclusive city.  Cr Quirk said $3 million had been allocated to begin actioning the recom... Read more
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