Since major construction commenced on the Inner City Bypass (ICB) Upgrade in 2017, Transurban Queensland has made great progress delivering the $60 million project with Brisbane City Council with major construction now complete and the new westbound on-ramp now open.
The $60 million ICB upgrade will increase capacity, improve travel times and safety for all road users, and improve connectivity to Brisbane’s wider road network. The ICB upgrade was an initiative of Brisbane City Council and was delivered by Transurban Queensland.
On 1 July 2018, tolls, fees and charges for travel on Brisbane toll roads will increase in line with the Brisbane Consumer Price Index (CPI), while AirportlinkM7 tolls will remain unchanged until 31 December 2018. This annual adjustment is set at Brisbane CPI for the life of Transurban Queensland’s franchise agreement with the State Government and concession deeds with Brisbane City Council.
On 16 May, go via became Linkt.
We've been making some changes in an effort to put you first and make sure you’re always good to go – or linked, as our name suggests – with a new mobile app, reduced fees and a streamlined account experience.
Taking care of your toll road travel has never been easier with the new Linkt app for iPhone and Android. You can view your recent trip history, check your balance, top up your account or set up auto payments. All in a few quick taps.
From 1 July 2018, a Payment Card Surcharge will apply to all account payments made by credit and debit card.
We will update our Customer Service Agreements soon to reflect our new brand and fee changes. Check the website regularly to keep informed.
Keep reading to see what’s changed for you and if you have any questions, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us.
At Linkt we're committed to improving the experience for our customers, both online and on-road. One of these improvements includes an update to our website that will change the way you log in to your account.