Active transport (walking and bike riding)

On average, every $1 invested in cycling infrastructure returns almost $5 to Queensland in health benefits, reduced traffic congestion and other benefits.

Source: Queensland Cycling Strategy 2017 to 2027, Queensland Government

By 2041 the population of Logan is set to almost double. This means more demand on our road and travel network. 
We are building better options for active transport including shared pathways, bikeways and rail trails. More people using active travel means
•    greater opportunities for commuting and recreation 
•    healthier lifestyles 
•    fewer cars on the roads and less congestion.