Better bike paths not blocked roads: RACQ

RACQ has renewed calls for investment in safe, connected, and separated cycling infrastructure after a report suggested roads should be closed to cars on Sundays in favour of bike riders.

Think outside the parking square

As COVID-19 restrictions eased and many commuters returned to using their vehicles, RACQ has encouraged motorists to think outside the box when it came to finding cheaper parking in Brisbane’s CBD.

SEQ hit hard by first storm of the season

Queenslanders have been warned to prepare for more severe and damaging weather, after RACQ saw a steep spike in insurance claims following a hailstorm in the State’s south east on Sunday.

Kingsford Smith Drive ready for traffic

After five years of construction RACQ has welcomed news the $650 million Kingsford Smith Drive upgrade was complete and urged motorists to take advantage of the time-saving upgrade.

Build the bridges Brisbane needs: RACQ

RACQ has thrown its support behind plans for a second Walter Taylor Bridge after reports Brisbane City Council was investigating a new river crossing near the plagued existing site.

Indooroopilly roundabout a good start RACQ

RACQ has supported Brisbane City Council’s $126 million plan to replace the Indooroopilly roundabout with an overpass, but called for better cycling infrastructure and more congestion busting projects for the western suburbs.

RACQ welcomes funding to complete M1 upgrade

RACQ has welcomed Labor’s commitment of $500 million for the final stage of the M1 upgrade between Daisy Hill and the Logan Motorway, which was one of the Club’s top priorities ahead of the State Election.

Pollies given stern reminder from RACQ

As Queensland State Election campaign ramped up ahead of 31 October, RACQ has warned political parties to avoid distracting motorists and blocking footpaths with signage.

RACQ supports parking pain relief

RACQ has backed the Greens’ plan to make parking free for patients and staff after it was reported the party would buy back privately-owned carpark facilities at public hospitals across Queensland.

RACQ supports investment to protect FNQ

UPDATE 4PM WEDNESDAY: Both sides of politics have made election commitments to boost resilience and mitigation projects in Queensland regions often impacted by severe weather.

The Rock stops traffic in SEQ

A Hollywood film set would close several streets around Coorparoo and Strathpine from this afternoon, prompting a warning from RACQ for local drivers to be aware of the changes to road conditions.

Protest to cause traffic headache

RACQ has warned motorists to expect delays to this morning’s commute, with local residents to stop traffic during a protest against a high-rise development at Kangaroo Point.

Crash causes huge delays

RACQ has urged drivers to allow extra time after a crash on the Gateway Motorway at Carindale caused massive delays to the morning commute.

Why commuters shun public transport: RACQ

A new RACQ survey has revealed COVID-19 had driven commuters away from catching the bus, train and ferry, prompting calls for an integrated public transport authority to find solutions to moving locals around our cities safely.

How pollies fared on RACQ's scorecard

Are you preparing to head to the ballot box but still don’t know what your local candidates stand for when it comes to roads, infrastructure and mobility? RACQ has done the hard work for you.

Inform yourself ahead of the State Election: RACQ

RACQ has encouraged Queensland voters to take a good look at the Club’s Election Scorecard before heading to the polls, to see which parties support the policies and priorities to keep Queensland moving.

Huge weekend for RACQ Air Rescue Network

From motorbike and car crashes, to transferring unwell Queenslanders to other hospitals across the State, RACQ Air Rescue Network crews were kept busy over the long weekend.

Scrap Go Between toll for good: RACQ

RACQ has called on Brisbane City Council and Transurban to permanently remove tolls on the Go Between Bridge for all motorists from mid-2021, when the Victoria Bridge became car-free as part of the Brisbane Metro construction.

Takata airbags 'like driving a bomb': RACQ

Motorists who continued to drive cars with dangerous Takata airbags have been urged by RACQ to have them replaced or risk killing themselves or others after it was revealed thousands of the dangerous vehicles were still on the road.