G20 Road Closures South Brisbane

The QLD Government has released road closure details for the period of the G20.  Several roads will be completely closed for the G20 and the week preceding, whereas some roads will be closed in only one direction and some will only be closed for the period of the conference itself. We have prepared a map specifying which roads will be closed and at what times for the convenience of anyone having to plan for travel during the period of the G20.  The maps have been compiled using data from the G20.org web site.  See here for more details of transport conditions in Brisbane during G20: Traffic and Transport G20.

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Road Closure

G20 Road Closures South Brisbane

South Brisbane

Closures from Monday morning 10 November to 5:00am Monday 17 November:

  • Russell Street: Closed between Grey Street and South Bank Promenade.

Closures from Tuesday morning 11 November to 5:00am Monday 17 November:

  • Grey Street: Closed between Melbourne Street and Glenelg Street.
  • Glenelg Street: Closed between Merivale Street and railway overpass.

Closures from Thursday morning 13 November to 5.00am Monday 17 November:

  • Hope Street: Closed between Peel Street and Melbourne Street. Local access will be maintained.

Closures from 7.00pm Thursday 13 November to 5.00am Monday 17 November:

  • Victoria Bridge: Closed.
  • Melbourne Street: Closed between Victoria Bridge and Cordelia Street.
  • Merivale Street: Closed between Melbourne Street and Ernest Street.
  • Merivale Street: Closed between Peel Street and Melbourne Street. Local access will be maintained.
  • Glenelg Street: Closed between Grey Street and railway overpass.
  • Glenelg Street: Closed between Cordelia Street and Merivale Street. Local access will be maintained between Cordelia and Merivale Street.
  • Grey Street: Closed between Peel and Melbourne Street.
  • Grey Street: Closed northbound between Glenelg and Ernest Street.
  • Russell Street: Closed between Cordelia and Merivale Street. Local access will be maintained.

Little Stanley Street, between Glenelg Street and Ernest Street will remain open but will operate one way northbound from the South Bank car park entry/exit. The following road closures will be in place on Saturday 15 November:

  • William Jolly Bridge: Closed southbound only and the eastern footpath will be closed (5.00pm – midnight).
  • Grey Street: Closed southbound, between William Jolly Bridge and Peel Street and the eastern footpath will be closed (5.00pm – midnight).
  • Stanley Place: Closed between Montague Road and Grey Street (5.00am – midnight).
  • Montague Road: Closed between Hope Street and Stanley Place (morning – midnight). Local access will be maintained.
  • Cultural Centre Tunnel: Closed (5.00am – midnight).

 

Brisbane CBD

Closures from 12:01am Tuesday 11 November to 5:00am Monday 17 November:

  • Adelaide Street: Closed in-bound between Ivory Street and Queen Street. Out-bound traffic will operate as normal.
  • Ivory Street: Closed in-bound between Brunswick Street and Ann Street and Story Bridge and Ann Street. Out bound traffic will operate as normal.
  • Queen Street: One lane closed in-bound, from the intersection of Adelaide and Queens Streets for approximately 100 metres. Out-bound traffic will operate as usual.

Closures from 7:00pm Thursday 13 November to 5:00am Monday 17 November:

  • Alice Street, Ann Street, Roma Street and William Street: Lane closures with through traffic permitted.
  • Victoria Bridge: Closed to traffic, pedestrian access maintained on the northside. Cyclists are encouraged to use Kurilpa Bridge.
  • William Street/North Quay: Closed between Ann and Elizabeth Streets.
  • Queens Wharf Road: Exit and entry via William Street will be closed, access will be available from the south.

Closures from 5:00pm to 11:00pm Saturday 15 November:

  • William Jolly Bridge: Closed to southbound traffic.

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Max Riethmuller is a local Brisbane journalist and photographer. Max is editor of the indy media website Altmax Media and maintains several media related webpages. Max was also an active member of the Occupy movement and continues to remain involved in activism, using his journalistic and photographic skills to draw attention to the work of activists and the issues they represent.

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