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Construction on the Inner City Bypass (ICB) upgrade is complete

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.

We’re pleased to advise that major construction on the Inner City Bypass (ICB) upgrade is complete.

The ICB upgrade was an initiative of Brisbane City Council and was delivered by Transurban Queensland. The $60 million upgrade will increase capacity, improve travel times and safety for all road users, and improve connectivity to Brisbane’s wider road network.

This important project saw the ICB widened from three to four lanes in each direction between Legacy Way and the RNA tunnel, allowing for future growth along this key road. A new westbound ramp to the ICB, built as part of the project, is also now open, providing drivers with direct access to the Legacy Way tunnel from Bowen Bridge Road, improving outbound afternoon peak travel times.

The ICB is adjacent to Legacy Way, Clem7, AirportlinkM7, and the Go Between Bridge, and our involvement in the upgrade will improve traffic flow on these roads.

We understand how important it is for drivers to have a quick and smooth trip. Now the upgraded ICB is open, Transurban Queensland will manage operations, maintenance and incident response along the ICB.

We appreciate your patience during this upgrade. If you’d like further information about the project, visit the Brisbane City Council’s project page.