City of Melbourne is committed to creating safer streets for everyone – no matter how they choose to travel.

With Grattan Street now open and Metro Tunnel’s new Parkville Station almost complete, we’re proposing to reinstate Queensberry Street to one traffic lane in each direction and deliver greener and better-connected riding lines.

The Queensberry Street riding lanes are a key route identified in the Transport Strategy 2030, which was developed with extensive community consultation and has in its vision that Melbourne will become a safer and more liveable city.

Have your say

Please view the draft design plan and share your feedback via the survey by 5pm Thursday 8 August 2024.

If you’d like to chat to a team member to find out more about the project, please visit one of the pop up events listed below.

Project overview

Learn more about our draft design plan for a safer and greener Queensberry Street.

Talk to us in person

Saturday 13 July 2024 10:00 am to 12:30 pm

Pop-up

Attend a pop-up session at Exhibition Gardens.

Thursday 18 July 2024 03:00 pm to 05:30 pm

Pop-up

Attend a pop-up session at the corner of Leicester Street and Queensberry Street.

Wednesday 24 July 2024 03:00 pm to 05:30 pm

Pop-up

Attend a pop-up session at Argyle Square.

Timeline

  • Timeline item 1 - complete

    Council endorsed a new four-year riding lane delivery program which prioritises key routes into the city

    Tuesday 23 April 2024

  • Timeline item 2 - active

    Consultation opens

    Thursday 27 June 2024

  • Timeline item 3 - incomplete

    Consultation closes

    5pm Thursday 8 August

  • Timeline item 4 - incomplete

    Review feedback

    Mid to late 2024

  • Timeline item 5 - incomplete

    Finalise the design plan and obtain approval from the Victorian Government

    Mid to late 2024

  • Timeline item 6 - incomplete

    Construction starts

    Mid to late 2025 (subject to approval from the Victorian Government)

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