Queen Victoria Bikeway
The way we travel has a major impact on our environment as well as our health. Active travel should be a priority for all city shaping projects similar to this project in Ipswich.
Ipswich | Queensland | Australia
Shire | Ipswich City Council
Queen Victoria Bikeway leads into Ipswich central area. Citicene assisted in this project in delivering artist’s impressions for upgrades to the active travel cycle-way network.
Currently a dedicated vehicular road, the project is to transform this route into a shared pedestrian and bicycle corridor into the heart of Ipswich City.
Transforming existing resources into active travel networks is an important part of delivering green infrastructure to our communities. Active travel brings a huge amount of benefits to our communities including improved health outcomes.
Reducing the risk of premature illness and death and reducing related health costs are just two important spin-offs of prioritizing active travel in our transport networks.
Further to this, the reduction in vehicle congestion and reducing carbon footprints bring significant improvements to our environment and urban infrastructure.
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active travel brings a huge amount of benefits to our communities including improved health outcomes.
a reduction in
- premature illness and death
- carbon footprint
- costs of infrastructure