Category Archives: Roads and transport

Six-month Cleveland parking trial begins


A six-month trial of 26 one-hour parking spaces in Cleveland CBD has begun to help identify the benefits of providing more short-term parking spaces. Division 2 Councillor Peter Mitchell said that balancing parking time limits was one way of ensuring town centres, such as Cleveland remain accessible to all users. “We need to ensure our  Continue reading…

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RACQ Smart Shuttle hits the road at Raby Bay


The RACQ Smart Shuttle is now taking passengers along Raby Bay streets as phase two of the Redlands Coast Smart Mobility trial goes live. In a joint initiative between the RACQ and Redland City Council, the small driverless bus that travelled the quiet streets of Karragarra Island earlier this year has now moved to the  Continue reading…

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Explore Redlands Coast by bike on National Ride2Work Day


Redlands Coast residents are encouraged to use National Ride2Work Day on Wednesday 21 October as an opportunity to explore the region’s naturally wonderful attractions. Mayor Karen Williams said Redlands Coast was a safe place for active travel, with many dedicated cycling paths and bike lanes. “Cycling is a great way to stay active and to  Continue reading…

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New car park opens for SMBI commuters


Redland City Council this week opened the new Moores Road car park in Redland Bay. Council partnered with Council-owned subsidiary Redland Investment Corporation to deliver the new car park, footbridge and connecting pathways which form part of Stage 1 of the Weinam Creek Priority Development Area (PDA) redevelopment project. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said  Continue reading…

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Council’s Green Seal program expands on Southern Moreton Bay Islands


Redland City Council has commenced upgrades to almost 9 km of gravel roads on Russell and Macleay islands. Mayor Karen Williams said the work, undertaken as part of the Green Seal program, underscored Council’s commitment to improving infrastructure on the SMBI. “Since the Green Seal program was established in 2014, Council has sealed about 48  Continue reading…

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Redlands Coast island infrastructure boost


Redlands Coast island communities will benefit from more than $11.1 million in major infrastructure and roads spending in the 2020-21 Redland City Council budget. Mayor Karen Williams said the allocations to projects across the Southern Moreton Bay, North Stradbroke and Coochiemudlo islands underscored Council commitment to improving island infrastructure. “And we hope this is just  Continue reading…

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Massive boost to make it easier to get around Redlands Coast


More than half of Redland City Council’s projected record capital spend for 2020-21 will go towards transport and traffic solutions, with a dozen big-ticket projects and programs alone costing more than $30 million. The capital outlay in today’s budget also has a strong focus on active transport options, with more than $5.8 million directed at  Continue reading…

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Suspension of parking infringement notices to end on Sunday 12 July


Redland City Council would like to advise that as COVID-19 restrictions continue to ease, the suspension of parking infringements at the city’s ferry terminals will end on Sunday 12 July. Parking infringement notices in these areas will apply again from Monday 13 July. A Council spokesperson said parking infringements had been suspended for some areas  Continue reading…

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