Connecting Redlands

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Transport plans help the efficient movement of people, goods and services. Getting our transport right is essential for economic growth as well as protecting our environment and lifestyle.

Over the next year Council will engage residents, the State Government, transport providers, interest groups and many others on how we can improve our city’s transport network to better meet the needs of our community.

As we develop this plan we will find low-cost actions that we can deliver straight away as well as identify major projects that can be delivered once funding becomes available in the longer term. We also need to consider how technology might change the way we live.

2015 Transport Forums

In November 2015, Redland City Council, The Redland City Bulletin and the Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads partnered to lead a community conversation on what the key transport issues are now and into the future.

As part of this conversation Redland City Council hosted three public forums at which expert speakers will lead community conversations about the transport needs of the Redlands and how they should be addressed.

See the outcomes of these conversations.

Transport plans help the efficient movement of people, goods and services. Getting our transport right is essential for economic growth as well as protecting our environment and lifestyle.

Over the next year Council will engage residents, the State Government, transport providers, interest groups and many others on how we can improve our city’s transport network to better meet the needs of our community.

As we develop this plan we will find low-cost actions that we can deliver straight away as well as identify major projects that can be delivered once funding becomes available in the longer term. We also need to consider how technology might change the way we live.

2015 Transport Forums

In November 2015, Redland City Council, The Redland City Bulletin and the Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads partnered to lead a community conversation on what the key transport issues are now and into the future.

As part of this conversation Redland City Council hosted three public forums at which expert speakers will lead community conversations about the transport needs of the Redlands and how they should be addressed.

See the outcomes of these conversations.