Club spokesperson Lauren Ritchie said parking on one side of Edward and Elizabeth Streets would be removed and a separated two-way bikeway installed as part of the 12-month active transport trial.
“Works on Edward Street started this month and are expected to be complete by mid-February,” Ms Ritchie said.
“The Elizabeth Street works started in November last year and are already complete.
“Motorists can expect changes to traffic lane markings at various intersections, updated signage for curbside parking and upgraded traffic signals to include cyclist movements at intersections.
“While that happens, we’re asking motorists to slow down and take care and be aware of the reduced on-street parking and loading zones in the CBD.”
Ms Ritchie said the CityLink Cycleway would deliver a network of dedicated cycling lanes to encourage more people to ride their bikes in the CBD.
“We’re supportive of this trial, as it will bring safe, separate and connected cycling routes to the heart of Brisbane,” she said.
“With accessible and safe infrastructure we hope more people will feel confident to make the switch from four wheels to two and consider active transport to get in and out of the CBD.
“Only when we have reliable and realistic alternatives for drivers to get out of the car will we see a reduction in our growing congestions levels.”
The information in this article has been prepared for general information purposes only and is not intended as legal advice or specific advice to any particular person. Any advice contained in the document is general advice, not intended as legal advice or professional advice and does not take into account any person’s particular circumstances. Before acting on anything based on this advice you should consider its appropriateness to you, having regard to your objectives and needs.