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Changed Traffic Conditions

Sunday 5 April 2020

On Sunday 5 April 2020, more than 6,000 cyclists of all ages and abilities are expected to participate in the not-for-profit Tour de Brisbane throughout Brisbane and fundraise for The Common Good, an initiative of The Prince Charles Hospital Foundation.

To deliver a safe and secure event for riders and spectators, there will be major road closures and changed traffic conditions throughout Brisbane on the morning of Sunday 5 April 2020 under the professional management of Queensland Police Service and Altus Traffic Control.

Motorists are advised to make alternate travel arrangements and give extra time to reach your destination as your normal route may experience delays or be unavailable.  Roads will be progressively reopened throughout the event.

Should you wish to discuss your individual requirements, please do not hesitate to contact by phone on 1300 282 949 or by email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Thank you for your cooperation and for supporting all of the volunteers, spectators, and the athletes who train so hard for this day. Together we can create a successful day for all.


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Busway Closures

Riders will access the South East Busway from South Brisbane to Eight Mile Plains, King George Square and the Inner Northern Busway. Alterations to bus services that operate will be in place on Sunday 5 April between 5.00am and 2.30pm.

A number of diversions will be in place for bus services operating on the day.  Public Transport information will be available and updated in early 2020 by visiting translink.com.au or calling 13 12 30. 


 

 

Road closure zone

Closure details

South Bank and South Brisbane (including Cultural Centre tunnel)

South Bank and South Brisbane road closures will be in operation between 4.00am and 3.00pm on Sunday 5 April 2020.

Pedestrian and cyclist access via footpaths will be maintained during the road closures.

Kangaroo Point and Story Bridge

Kangaroo Point and Story Bridge road closures will be in effect between 4.30am and 9.00am on Sunday 5 April 2020.

Pedestrian and cyclist access via footpaths will be maintained during the road closures.

All general traffic on Merivale Street will be diverted onto Glenelg Street and Gladstone Road.

Westbound traffic is permitted to travel on Vulture Street between Stanley Street and Gladstone Road.

Brisbane CBD

Brisbane CBD road closures will be in operation between 4.30am and 9.00am on Sunday 5 April 2020.

Pedestrian and cyclist access via footpaths will be maintained during the road closures.

Access to the Riverside Expressway will be available via ramps at:

·       Alice Street (northbound and southbound directions)

·       Ann Street (southbound direction only)

·       North Quay (southbound direction only)

·       Margaret Street (northbound direction only)

Hale Street and Inner City Bypass Northbound

Inner City Bypass road closures northbound and eastbound will be in operation between 5.00am and 9.00am on Sunday 5 April 2020. Legacy Way will also be closed during this time. 

All vehicles on Hale Street will be diverted to Kelvin Grove Road prior to reaching the Inner City Bypass. 

Hale Street and Inner City Bypass Southbound

Hale Street South and Inner City Bypass road closures will be in operation between 5.00am and 11.30am on Sunday 5 April 2020. Legacy Way and GoBetween Bridge will also be closed during this time. 

All westbound traffic from Kingsford Smith Drive, Airport Link or Sandgate Road will be diverted via CLEM7 tunnel.

An alternative route for westbound traffic from Kingsford Smith Drive to Milton Road is via Breakfast Creek Road, Ann Street, Roma Street and Upper Roma Street.

Western Freeway and Legacy Way

Western Freeway and Legacy Way road closures will be in operation both directions between 5.00am and 11.00am on Sunday 5 April 2020.

Cyclist access via footpaths and the Centenary cycleway will be maintained during the road closures.

All inbound traffic will continue on the Ipswich Motorway eastbound to access Brisbane City and the Northern Suburbs.  

Access to Middle Park, Mount Ommaney and Jindalee is via Seventeen Mile Rocks and Dandenong Road.

From 10.00am, traffic will be diverted to the City via Moggill Road, Jephson Street, Croydon Street and Milton Road. 

Outbound traffic from Brisbane City will be diverted from Milton Road onto Croydon Street, Jephson Street and Moggill Road to the Walter Taylor Bridge.

Mount Coot-tha

Mt Coot-tha road closures will be in operation between 5.30am and 11.00am on Sunday 5 April 2020.

Pedestrian and cyclist access via footpaths will be maintained during the road closures.

All southbound traffic on Boundary Road at Bardon will be diverted toward the city via Rainworth Road and Baroona Road. 

Traffic wishing to travel west will be diverted from Baroona Road to Milton Road via Bayswater Road, Haig Road and Torwood Street. From Milton Road, traffic will be diverted toward Indooroopilly via Croydon Street, Jephson Street and Moggill Road.

All outbound traffic wishing to travel to Bardon should travel via Caxton Street and Latrobe Terrace.

Cultural Precinct and Go Between Bridge

Cultural Precinct and Go Between Bridge road closures will be in operation between 5.00am and 11.30am on Sunday 5 April 2020.

Pedestrian and cyclist access via footpaths will be maintained during the road closures.

Access from Montague Road into Merivale Street will be maintained during the closure period.

Access to and from the William Jolly Bridge will be possible via Peel Street, Merivale Street and Cordelia Street.

Priestdale Road and Rochedale South

Rochedale South area road closures will be in operation between 7.00am and 1.45pm on Sunday 5 April 2020.

Pedestrian and cyclist access via footpaths will be maintained during the road closures.

Mount Cotton Road

Mount Cotton Road will be closed in both directions from the Mount Gravatt – Capalaba Road intersection to Alperton Road between 7.00am and 1.45pm on Sunday 5 April 2020.

Pedestrian and cyclist access via footpaths will be maintained during the closure period.

Burbank

Burbank area road closures will be in operation between 7.00am and 12.45pm on Sunday 5 April 2020.


 

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