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Green Pedestrian Bridge Design – Kangaroo Point to Brisbane CBD

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The Brisbane City Council has released concept images of the new Green Pedestrian Bridge from the Brisbane CBD to Kangaroo Point.

The aim of building this new bridge and others, is to connect high density populations around the inner city of Brisbane that are disconnected by the Brisbane River.



The concept idea for a new pedestrian / cycle bridge across the Brisbane River is feasible at approximately $190 million.

In September 2019, key findings for the project’s preliminary business case that outlines the benefits of the Kangaroo Point green bridge and value for money. In late 2019, the Council started an initial project consultation and has bow completed a detailed analysis of all feedback received and prepared an Initial Consultation Outcomes report.

Key Consultation Points:
– strong support from residents and commuters for the bridge and its benefits
– strong support for the preferred alignment from Alice Street to Scott Street.

In the coming months the bridge alignment, landing locations and design will be subject to community consultation. Site investigations are underway and procurement for the design and construction of the Kangaroo Point green bridge is expected to commence later in 2020.



Project Timeline
– November 2019 – Community Consultation
– 2020 – design procurement

– Start of 2021 – Bridge Construction
– 2023 – Bridge Completion (pending funding)

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Source: Information, Drawings and Images
All article information is sourced and available for review from referenced locations.

– Council Announcement: Kangaroo Point Green Bridge
– Images: supplied by Brisbane City Councul
– Interactive Image: Google Aerial and Streetview

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