Road and cycling network upgrades
You may be surprised to know that Brisbane Airport Corporation manages one the largest privately owned road networks in Australia, with over 50 km of roads on airport land that help you get to and from your flight and around the airport as efficiently as possible.
We are constantly upgrading and extending our road network to meet the future needs of our growing passenger base, our expanding commercial tenancies and our thriving retail outlets.
In conjunction with road network upgrades, BAC is progressively delivering cycling and pedestrian infrastructure aimed at encouraging an increased uptake of cycling and walking both to and across the airport.
- Two new cycling connections near Skygate - See new cycling paths.pdf
Key projects to be completed in 2013 include:
- Charlie Earp Bridge Overlay_project start notice_October Update 2013.pdf
- An upgrade of Lomandra Drive and it's intersections with Qantas Drive and Lakeside Drive, including the installation of traffic lights (complete)
- The extension of “The Circuit” in Skygate
- A two kilometre extension of the cycling and pedestrian network around the airport and a new connection to the Gateway North Bikeway
Our Ground Transport Plan outlines our planned future road, cycling and pedestrian networks.This plan will be updated as part of the 2014 Brisbane Airport Master Plan development process.
Brisbane Airport benefits from many years of collaborative planning which allows the road network, airfields and terminals to expand to meet the demands of future growth.