The Queensland Police and Council are responsible for responding to complaints regarding abandoned vehicles.
Design and development guidelines contain Council's design standards for roadworks, stormwater drainage, water supply and sewerage works, for Caboolture, Pine Rivers and Redcliffe.
Roadside infrastructure and bus shelters. Bus seats are provided at all commuter route bus stops as part of public transport infrastructure.
Load limits are placed on roads and/or bridges to limit use by vehicles over a certain tonnage to help preserve structural integrity and the amenity of the area.
Parking regulations in the Moreton Bay region are in place to enhance road and pedestrian safety and to ensure that dedicated parking areas are managed in a fair and equitable manner.
How to request permanent and temporary road closures for the purpose of roadworks or special event.
A list of current road closures (including flooded roads) in the Moreton Bay region.
Moreton Bay Regional Council is committed to making improvements to road safety in the region for both residents and visitors.
Roads are subject to deterioration due to vehicular traffic and changing weather conditions. Road defects can include potholes, cracking, bulging, large depressions and ruts.
The majority of streetlight and / or pole maintenance on road reserves and along paths through and around a park is the responsibility of Energex.
Just 40 minutes drive from Brisbane’s city centre, the Brisbane International Airport and the Port of Brisbane, the Region is served by the six lane Bruce Highway, part of the east coast national highway network.