Inner City Bypass
The 5 kilometre Inner City Bypass (ICB) is Brisbane’s busiest arterial road, linking AirportLinkM7, Clem7, Legacy Way, Go Between Bridge, Lutwyche Road and Kingsford Smith Drive. The ICB plays a key role in Brisbane’s road network and is the only non-toll road Transurban operates. The ICB has eight lanes, four lanes westbound and four lanes eastbound.
The ICB was built by Brisbane City Council and opened in 2002.
In 2017, Transurban Queensland funded and delivered the ICB Upgrade on behalf of Brisbane City Council. The upgrade was completed in 2018 and provided increased capacity on the ICB, improved travel times and safety for all road users, and improved connectivity to Legacy Way and the wider road network.
Following completion of the upgrade, Transurban Queensland now manages operations, maintenance and incident response along the ICB.
Transurban Queensland operates and maintains the ICB on behalf of Brisbane City Council. Under a concession agreement, Transurban Queensland provides operations and incident response on ICB until 2065 as well as routine maintenance services on a 10 + 10 year contract.
See the Brisbane City Council site for more information