18 datasets found

Tags: transport

  • From data.brisbane.gov.au Planned temporary road occupancies

    The Brisbane City Council planned temporary road occupancies data is being made available to allow the use of this information to make informed travel choices such as planning...
  • From data.brisbane.gov.au Parking Stations

    Number of vacant spaces at Brisbane City Council’s 2 parking stations. Brisbane City Council operates two car parks in the Brisbane Central Business District (CBD) at King...
  • From data.brisbane.gov.au Traffic signal location reference

    Information about Brisbane City Council Traffic Intersections, including location, lanes and detectors (in JSON). This dataset is primarily supplied to be used with another...
  • From data.brisbane.gov.au Traffic data at intersections API

    Real time data of traffic volume and occupancy of lanes at Brisbane City Council signalised intersections and approaches. Not all signalised traffic intersections within...
  • From data.brisbane.gov.au Bikeway sections

    Spatial data of bikeways in the Brisbane City Council area. Dataset includes spatial locations, usage type, material and the path dimensions including ownership.
  • From data.brisbane.gov.au Road restrictions

    Low clearance bridges and structures are struck by vehicles resulting in damage to the structure and delays to the road network, and public transport when railway bridges are...
  • From data.brisbane.gov.au Brisbane CityCycle — Membership and trip numbers

    CityCycle is part of Brisbane City Council’s plan to get more people riding, reduce traffic congestion and ease demand for parking in the inner city. The service is operated by...
  • From data.brisbane.gov.au Bicycle Rack locations

    Brisbane City Council list of bicycle rack locations in the Brisbane CBD. Includes suburb, address, location, capacity, rack type, latitude and longitude.
  • From data.brisbane.gov.au Brisbane CityCycle — Station locations

    CityCycle is part of Brisbane City Council’s plan to get more people riding, reduce traffic congestion and ease demand for parking in the inner city. Provided in this dataset is...
  • From data.brisbane.gov.au Parking — Regulated Permit Parking areas

    To manage on-street parking demand, a number of traffic and parking control areas, and resident permit parking schemes are in place across the Brisbane City Council area. For...
  • From data.brisbane.gov.au Bus Stop locations

    Brisbane City Council’s bus stop locations contains descriptions, boarding point and accessibility details. Data includes Hastus ID, Translink ID, street name, nearest cross...
  • From data.brisbane.gov.au Ferry Terminal locations

    Brisbane City Council’s ferry terminal locations by street, suburb, terminal name, latitude, longitude, accessibility, parking, nearby bus services, CityCat CityFerry or...
  • From data.brisbane.gov.au Parking — Two Minute Passenger Loading zones

    Passenger set down and pick up loading zones are available in the city. The locations of these zones can change over time, so you must check local signs to make sure you do not...
  • From data.brisbane.gov.au Parking — Commercial Vehicle Loading zones

    Different types of loading zones operate across Brisbane. Loading zones are located and operate at times where there is a demand for a particular activity such as passenger...
  • From data.brisbane.gov.au Parking — Meter locations

    Brisbane City Council Parking Meter Zones operating times, rates and location description including latitude/longitude. Additional information on parking meters including a zone...
  • From data.brisbane.gov.au Parking — Disability Permit Parking locations

    Disability permit parking spaces are provided to help people with limited mobility get in and out of their vehicles. Motorists are not permitted to stop in these spaces without...
  • From data.brisbane.gov.au Bikeway counts

    Brisbane City Council automated and manual bike and pedestrian, bikeway and cycling monitoring data. Used to capture cycleway patronage and support bikeway planning.
  • From data.brisbane.gov.au Brisbane Ferries Monitoring API

    This API returns a JSON file in SIRI (Service Interface for Real Time Information) format about the schedule and actual service status of the specified stop. The information...