Brisbane City Council have announced the preliminary design for the new Botanic Gardens Riverwalk, located on the corner of Alice Street and Edward Street, Brisbane CBD.
A separated pathway bridge is planned to connect the corner of Edward Street and Alice Street to the Bunya Walk in the City Botanic Gardens, as part of Council’s $100 million investment ‘Better Bikeways for Brisbane program’.
Proposed Riverwalk with Future River Access Hub
The project is aimed to create a dedicated bikeway and active travel option, part of an improved riverside access along the Botanical Gardens in the Brisbane CBD. The project seeks to provide an additional local attraction for cyclists and pedestrians.
– Separated cyclist and pedestrian pathway
– 6m wide pathway
– Viewing platform
– River Access Hub future connection
– Retained river edge footpath and stairs
– Footpath connection works
– Lighting, signage wayfinding
– Landscaping works
The release of preliminary design allows public review and Brisbane City Council have organised community consultation at the Bunya Walk in the City Botanic Gardens at the following times
– 20 February 2018 (4.30pm-6.30pm)
– 22 February 2018 (6.30am-9am)
– 24 February 2018 (9am-11am)
A detailed design is expected to be completed in early 2018 with works to begin early 2019.
28 February 2018
– Community engagement will be completed
– Council will finalise the concept plan and detailed design
– Start of construction expected
– Completion of the project, weather permitting
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