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Tunnelling starts on Legacy Way today
23 August, 2012 Lord Mayor Graham Quirk will today press the button to launch the first tunnel boring machine to mark the start of tunnelling on Legacy Way. He will be joined by Mr Bernie Ripoll MP representing Federal Infrastructure and Transport Minister Anthony Albanese. The Lord Mayor said the milestone was ... Read more
30 July, 2012 Lord Mayor Graham Quirk is delivering another active transport initiative, with Brisbane bikeways now available as part of Google Maps. Deputy Mayor Adrian Schrinner said the new online tool provided cyclists with maps of council bikeways and corr... Read more
17 May, 2012 Lord Mayor Graham Quirk today welcomed key pieces of ‘Annabell’, the first of the two enormous tunnel boring machines (TBMs), to Legacy Way’s western worksite. During the past two nights, three oversized semi-trailers and several... Read more
20 March, 2012 Lord Mayor Graham Quirk says accident clearance times on Brisbane’s road network have more than halved on average since the Brisbane Metropolitan Transport Management Centre Traffic (BMTMC) began operating almost six years ago. During 2011 t... Read more
29 February, 2012 Lord Mayor Graham Quirk has declared Council’s Active School Travel Program a success with a 30 per cent reduction in the number of car trips to school during the past year. The Lord Mayor said his record investment in active travel and the ... Read more
22 February, 2012  The production of almost 40,000 concrete tiles which will line the 4.6km Legacy Way tunnel from Toowong to Kelvin Grove is well underway – signalling another major step forward for the project.  Lord Mayor Graham Quirk today inspe... Read more
21 February, 2012 Lord Mayor Graham Quirk has today delivered two major public transport milestones for Brisbane, as he welcomed Council’s promised 500th bus in four years and simultaneously opened the Sherwood bus depot. The Lord Mayor said reaching both goa... Read more
11 January, 2012 Lord Mayor Graham Quirk has announced 100 per cent of Brisbane City Council’s bus fleet is air-conditioned from today; guaranteeing commuters a comfortable ride over summer no matter which bus they catch. Public and Active Transport Chairman... Read more
24 November, 2011 Lord Mayor Graham Quirk has revealed the two tunnel boring machines (TBMs) on the Legacy Way project will be named ‘Annabell’ and ‘Joyce’ in recognition of the city’s war heroes and the ongoing cost of war on families.&n... Read more
02 August, 2011 Brisbane City Council buses carried 6 million passengers in June 2011 – about 66,000 more than the year before.  Public and Active Transport Chairman Julian Simmonds said this followed on from record growth in 2009/10, which saw 77 mill... Read more
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