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With Logan’s population expected to increase by more than 265,000 people over the next 25 years, we need a transport system to support the needs of a growing local community and economy.

Logan City Council has developed an Integrated Local Transport Plan – Way2Go: Connecting Logan – to help shape Logan’s transport future.

Way2Go will set Logan’s transport priorities, help guide planning for our transport network and identify transport investment priorities.

The Way2Go vision is to ensure Logan has an affordable, efficient and safe transport system which is easy to use and provides convenient connections now and into the future.

The draft of the plan has now been released for public feedback – an opportunity for you review the plan and have your say on what matters most to you about transport in Logan.

We want Logan motorists, cyclists, pedestrians and public transport users to view the draft plan (PDF 6545 KB) and tell us your thoughts on the Way2Go for Logan’s future transport needs. Community feedback will help inform a clear and prioritised schedule of future works to be undertaken by Council – meaning our community will have a direct say in shaping our city.

Have your say

The needs of the community, industry and other transport users will continue to be central to how Council plans for transport in Logan.

Council consulted with the community in developing the draft Way2Go plan, to ensure it identifies and addresses existing issues and future opportunities for Logan’s transport system.

Workshops with a variety of stakeholder groups found that all groups share a desire for transport that is affordable and efficient.

Community, industry and stakeholders are now encouraged to read the draft Way2Go plan (PDF 6545 KB) and provide feedback on what matters most to you by visiting the Have Your Say website.

Council will be holding Way2Go information sessions at various locations around Logan between 11 September and 19 September. These sessions will provide an opportunity to ‘Talk to a Planner’ about any aspects of the draft Plan. View information session details for September (PDF 41 KB) and information session details for October (PDF 37 KB).

Talk to a planner

Tue 11 Sep 10am-noonBeenleigh Community Service Centre
Tue 11 Sep 2pm-4pmLogan Central Council Administrative Centre
Thu 13 Sep 6pm-8pmBrowns Plains Grand Plaza (glass house)
Sat 15 Sep 10am-noonLogan Village Woolworths
Wed 19 Sep 10am-noonGreenbank Library
Wed 19 Sep 2pm-4pmJimboomba Library/ Community Centre
Tue 9 Oct 4.30pm-6pmFlagstone Shopping Centre
Wed 10 Oct 1pm-3pmPark Ridge Shopping Centre
Thu 11 Oct 1pm-3pmMarsden Park Shopping Centre
Fri 12 Oct 9:30am-noonLogan North Library
Sat 13 Oct 9:30am-11:30amLogan Hyperdome Library

For more information

For additional information about the ILTP please contact Council on