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February 06, 2019

What To Expect In Brisbane Infrastructure In 2019

The last 10 years in Brisbane have been prosperous, and a large amount of changes designed to increase liveability in the city has brought expanded infrastructure projects.

New large-scale infrastructure precincts in Newstead, Hamilton, Bowen Hills and West End are just some of the great things happening around the city. Projects like the Cross River Rail are full steam ahead, with the recent announcement of the Priority Development Area (PDA) to support the delivery of underground Albert Street station in the CBD. The Albert Street Cross River Rail PDA consists of an area approximately 3,858m2 in size and is located in line with central Brisbane City Centre corridors that connect the city Botanic Gardens and Queen Street Mall via Albert Street.

Council Announces Ferry Stop for Howard Smith Wharves

Brisbane City Council has also announced it intends to increase the city’s river transport system with a ferry terminal for Brisbane’s newest lifestyle and leisure precinct, Howard Smith Wharves. The once-abandoned riverfront destination has recently undergone a $110 million revitalisation as a vibrant, world-class public entertainment precinct.

Victoria Bridge Gets Redesign After Brisbane Metro Consultation

To follow with the plan of the near-future Brisbane Metro Project, the Victoria Bridge will get a complete makeover, converting it to three lanes strictly for Brisbane Metro vehicles and buses with a steadfast off-road cyclist and pedestrian path.

Brisbane’s New Runway

Brisbane’s New Runway is well on track for a 2020 opening. The 8 year long project sees the major construction elements of the plan in progress, with predicted milestones achieved in line with completion dates.