Pedestrian Planning

Walking is often neglected in the planning of new developments and major transport infrastructure projects. Ironically, if walking is accounted for early in the planning of facilities it can result in greater or more efficient use of a development, greater public transport patronage and minimisation of conflicts with and delays to vehicular traffic.



A critical design element in most transport planning projects is the integration of direct and secure pedestrian and disabled user facilities. In many cases, this helps to achieve a more efficient and safer overall outcome for these most vulnerable road users.



Relevant pedestrian planning and design projects that our staff have been involved in include:

  • Suncorp Stadium Redevelopment

  • City West Traffic Study

  • Normanby Planning Study

  • Tank Street (Kurilpa Point) Bridge Review

  • Deception Bay Mobility Plan

  • Inala Mobility Plan

  • Springwood Local Area Plan

  • Southbank TAFE Redevelopment

  • Millennium Arts Precinct planning and design

  • Brisbane Airport Domestic Terminal Redevelopment Planning

  • Goodwill Bridge planning and design, including designing Stated Preference surveys of potential users.

  • New Farm – Teneriffe Mobility Plan

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