You may be closer to one of Brisbane’s bikeways than you think. Did you know that one third of people in Brisbane live within 300 metres of at least one bikeway?
Brisbane has an extensive network of bikeways and shared paths spread across the city. Whether you’re looking for a path to get to work, to your local shops, or even for a relaxing weekend ride with the family, Brisbane’s bikeways can help you get there.
Check out our handy resources to take advantage of Brisbane’s great bikeways.
Council is continuing to invest in expanding the active transport network to make it even easier to ride, walk or scoot to local destinations and the city centre
Learn more about completed bikeway and pathway projects across Brisbane.
The next four years will see an increase in new active transport projects linking to the city's existing network including the:
With these bikeways, combining a bike or e-scooter ride with public transport can be a very practical way of getting to your destination. Before riding, check the temporary bikeway and shared pathway closures that may affect your journey.
Whether you want to take the kids out, explore a bit of Brisbane or get some training in, there will be a ride to try for you.
Find out about bike parking, end of trip facilities, and how to connect your bike ride with public transport.
Read about current bikeway projects happening across the city to enhance Brisbane’s bikeway network.
Council is trialling a new separated two-way bikeway in stages along selected streets in the city centre.
Council is installing real-time bikeway counters on busy cycle routes and shared pathways around the city. The devices will track the number of people riding bikes, and in some cases people walking, via infrared sensors and an inductive loop in the bikeway or footpath. The counts will be displayed on bikeways via electronic display boards and signs.
Brisbane will soon be part of a global community with these installations, with cities across the world having adopted a similar approach. View bike counts from around the world.
Council will initially focus on high volume bikeways in the inner city with popular suburban bikeways being considered at a later time.
For more information on real-time bikeway counters, visit Council's website.