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Way2Go - Connecting Logan

Integrated Local Transport Plan

With Logan’s population expected to almost double over the next 30 years, we need a transport system to support the needs of a growing local community and economy. Thinking into the future Council has developed an Integrated Local Transport Plan named Way2Go: Connecting Logan. This plan will help shape Logan’s transport future by identifying projects, establishing funding priorities and guiding the way the city-wide transport network develops.

The Way2Go vision is to ensure that the City of 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 plan was released for public feedback during September and October 2018. Logan motorists, cyclists, pedestrians, public transport users and the wider community were encouraged to view the Way2Go plan and provide their thoughts on Logan’s transport needs. This community feedback is now being used to inform a clear and prioritised schedule of prospective works to be undertaken by Council thereby enabling our community to have a direct say in shaping our city’s future.

Have your say (now closed)

Community consultations were held to ensure the final transport plan identifies and addresses existing issues and future opportunities for Logan’s transport system. Community, industry and stakeholders were encouraged to read the Way2Go plan then complete the Have Your Say survey to provide feedback on their transport needs and priorities. Workshops with a variety of stakeholder groups found that all groups shared a desire for transport that was affordable and efficient. Although the community consultation sessions on the draft Way2Go plan have now closed, the needs of the Logan community, industry and other transport users will continue to be central to play a central role in how Council plans for transport infrastructure and services in Logan.

For more information

For additional information about the Way2Go integrated local transport plan, please contact Council on