CHANGED TRAFFIC CONDITIONS
Sunday 10 April 2022
Cyclists of all ages and abilities are expected to participate in the Australian Unity 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 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 us.
P: 07 3124 6099
For more information about the roads affected in your area, a downloadable copy of our road closure flyer is available below.
On the event day, map apps such as Google, Waze, and Apple Maps will automatically calculate a detour around the road closures.
Travel is free on the CLEM7 for the duration of the Story Bridge closure.
There will be significant disruptions to bus services in Brisbane on Sunday 10 April 2022. More information about impacts to public transport services, will be available on the TransLink website shortly.
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.
The red lines on the below map indicate closed roads. Click the square in the top left corner to view detailed timing throughout the day as roads progressively open.
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Road Closure Table
Street/Road Altered: specific Streets/Roads that will be impacted pre-Event and on the Event Dates.
Status: Closed – Street/Road is completely closed between the identified Streets (Extra Details column) and Times ;
Altered – Street/Road is impacted with Traffic Management signage and/or personnel, but not fully closed.