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MRCagney recently completed a Transport, Access, Traffic and Parking Study to assess the transport impacts and implications of the University of Queensland (UQ) Master Plan for their campus at St Lucia. Located 5km from the Brisbane CBD, the St Lucia campus covers 110 hectares and currently serves 48,000 students and 5,500 staff.The overall transport aspirations of the UQ Master Plan are to:
The study was used to inform the Community Infrastructure Designation (CID) process required by State legislation.
The project included a thorough review of all transport modes through the following tasks:
The report provided the following assessments:
Additional recommendations for improvements to proposed infrastructure provisions and policy objectives were incorporated to guide the development and refinement of the final Master Plan document.