Note: The Redlands Transport Plan 2016 (or Transport 2016) is currently under review.
Below is information about the most recent version of the Transport 2016, and Council’s other transport-related plans and strategies.
The Redlands Transport Plan 2016 is a 15-year integrated transport strategy for developing sustainable transport systems in the Redlands.
The plan shapes the local transport system to better meet current and future transport needs in the area.
- Download the summary report of the Redlands Transport Plan 2016 [PDF 1.1MB].
- Download the technical report of the Redlands Transport Plan 2016 [PDF 5.9MB].
Southern Moreton Bay Islands Integrated Local Transport Plan
The SMBI Integrated Local Transport Plan (SMBI ILTP) is focused on improving transport infrastructure and services for residents of Southern Moreton Bay Islands.
- Read more about the SMBI ILTP.
Redlands Cycling and Pedestrian Strategy
This strategy provides direction around future planning for cycling and walking in the Redlands (from both a recreational and transport perspective).
The strategy is a key component of Transport 2016 and covers issues such as public transport, cycling, walking, road network, freight, land use, environment, social constraints and travel demand management.
- Download the Redlands Cycling and Pedestrian Strategy [PDF, 1.1MB].
Redland Bicycle Advisory Committee
This strategy was initiated by the Redland Bicycle Advisory Committee (RedBAC), which advises Council on matters regarding cycling in the Redlands and lobbies for funding where needed.
The committee represents interests including Bicycle Queensland, Redlands Bicycle User Group, Redland Shire Council, Queensland Transport, Redlands Chamber of Commerce, Queensland Police and the Queensland Government.
If you would like to make suggestions about Redlands bikeways, write to RedBAC Committee Chair, PO Box 21, Cleveland Qld 4163.