Bicentennial Bikeway diversion adjacent to Queen’s Wharf site
From Tuesday 24th May 2022, a diversion for pedestrians and active transport users along the Bicentennial Bikeway will be required onto The Landing while works to upgrade public space adjacent to the Queen’s Wharf site occur.
From Tuesday 24th May 2022, the diversion will be in place for pedestrians and active transport users on the Bicentennial Bikeway for around 12 months.
From the City Cat terminal at North Quay to the start of the Mangrove Walk, a diversion will be in place on The Landing for all bikeway users. (Refer to map).
The diversion will be clearly marked with hoarding and directional and speed limit signage.
The diversion is required while rejuvenation works to transform the public space is underway. The diversion will be in place for around 12 months while the new public space will open with the first stage of the Integrated Resort Development in mid-2023.
There will be a mix of concrete and suspended structures along the bikeway diversion. Please plan ahead, take care and ride to conditions.
What to expect:
The temporary bikeway diversion will include the following:
– A diversion on the Bicentennial Bikeway for pedestrians and active transport users (refer to map below)
– Reduced speed limit for cyclists and electric scooters on the diversion
– Temporary bridge structures in three sections along the route
– Lighting, directional signage, mirrors and hoarding along the bikeway.
We apologise for any inconvenience caused and appreciate your ongoing patience.