Queen’s Wharf Brisbane—CBD traffic changes
With work underway on the Queen’s Wharf Project there are some changes to getting about within the Brisbane CBD.
Find out more about:
- Road closures
- Footpath closures
- Bikeway access
- Changes to CBD bus stops
- Changes to parking, taxi and loading zones.
If you’re travelling by car, motorcycle, or bicycle, there are road closures on William Street and Queen’s Wharf Road.
To stay informed about traffic conditions and changes visit www.131940.qld.gov.au or call 13 19 40.
Pedestrian access has changed on George, Margaret and William Streets, and Queen’s Wharf Road. The Bicentennial Bikeway remains open, and provides a pedestrian link on the river side of the affected area.
The Bicentennial Bikeway remains open. Cyclists will be notified through extensive signage and traffic controllers if changes occur due to construction work.
Cyclists will not be able to use Queens Wharf Road and William Street, between Elizabeth and Margaret Streets, for the duration of the project.
Changes to CBD bus stops
About 50 services have had changes to their CBD bus stops.
Changes to parking, taxi and loading zones
There are changes to metered parking, taxi and loading zones including:
- Charlotte Street, between Albert Street and Edward Street, two existing loading zones include bus zones between 2pm and 7pm, Monday to Friday.
- Margaret Street, between George Street and Edward Street, existing metered parking, taxi and loading zones include bus zones between 3pm and 7pm, Monday to Friday.
- Mary Street, between George Street and Albert Street, two existing loading zones, metered parking and one existing bus zone include bus zones between 2pm and 7pm, Monday to Friday.
- Countess Street, adjacent to Hardgrave Park, 10 metered parking bays have been removed to accommodate a new bus lay down area.
Explore existing motorcycle parking locations: