Road Transport in Brisbane We drive on the left in Australia, and each Australian state has slightly different road rules. In Queensland suburban areas, the speed limit is 50km per hour in most cities and towns and 60km per hour on major roads. Outside the city, limits are up to 110km per hour on motorways. For more on Queensland road rules, see Transport Queensland. Check the Whereis online street maps and Road Safety Information and Statistics. See Live Traffic Cameras
- Toll Roads in Brisbane include the Airport Link, Clem7 tunnel (under the river) and Gobetween Bridge. See www.airportlinkm7.com.au for information on pre-paid tags and casual use.
- Traffic & Travel Information is a Queensland Government website with up-to-date information about traffic incidents, road closures, road works, and load limits in the Brisbane / Ipswich / Lockyer region. This information also extends to Murphy’s Creek, Helidon, Gatton, Laidley, Bellbowrie, Capalaba, and Cleveland.
- Western Brisbane Bypass Action Group (WBBAG) is a non-political community group formed to raise awareness and present the facts relating to a potential Western Brisbane Bypass.
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- We drive on the left in Australia, and each Australian state has slightly different road rules. In Queensland suburban areas, the speed limit is 50km per hour and 60km per hour on major roads. For more on Queensland road rules, see Driving info from Tourism Queensland.
- Guide to Roads In Queensland includes a travel calculator for time and distance between major Queensland towns. You can order a copy of the guide or download pdf versions.
- Brisbane City Council Traffic page
- Traffic and Road information for the Greater Brisbane Region from the Queensland Government
- Kings Car Parking includes map and list of parking in the city.
- Integrated Regional Transport Plan for South East Queensland
- Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads
- Road Safety Information and Statistics.