Clem7 is a 6.8km road that connects Brisbane's inner north to the southern and eastern suburbs, bypassing the CBD.
Running under the Brisbane River and linking to our AirportlinkM7 asset, it includes a 4.8km twin two-lane tunnel with world-class safety systems.
When you travel on Clem7 you will avoid up to 24 sets of traffic lights and experience quicker, safer and more reliable travel.
Find out how to pay Clem7 tolls.
|Pacific Motorway/Ipswich Road||Yes||No|
|Inner City Bypass/Lutwyche Road||No||Yes|
|Inner City Bypass/Lutwyche Road
|Pacific Motorway/Ipswich Road
We monitor our toll roads 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and conduct regular equipment checks and maintenance across the Linkt network.
The Clem7 tunnel clearance height is 4.6 metres.
If you drive a vehicle over this height you won't be able to use the tunnels. Detection systems outside the tunnel notify drivers of height limits. Warning signals are initialised if the height limit is breached. All vehicles exceeding the height limit will be advised to take an alternate route.
If drivers of overheight vehicles proceed, entry will be prevented by an overheight barrier structure.
We also monitor the internal and external air quality of the Clem 7 tunnel. Air quality monitors in and outside the tunnel constantly measure the presence of carbon monoxide (CO), nitrogen dioxide (NO2), fine particles and visibility levels (K).