CUSP acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the lands and waters on which we work. We recognise the deep connection of First Peoples to Country and value their contribution to caring for managing our lands, waters and seas. We pay our respects to Elders past and present and extend that respect to all First Nations peoples.

Bicentennial Bikeway, Queens Wharf Brisbane

CUSP developed a comprehensive design framework for the upgrade of the Bicentennial Bikeway through the Queens Wharf Brisbane Precinct.


Turrbal and Yuggera Country
Brisbane, QLD


Destination Brisbane Consortium


2015 - 2019

Key Services

Concept Design / Bid Design
Construction Documentation
Construction Phase Support

Photography by Christopher Jones

Existing cycle design guidelines were focused on high speed cycle movements and did not address shared spaces where pedestrians and cyclists have equal right of movement. A “cycle highway” approach permeated the guidance. In response CUSP led a collaborative process with EDQ to develop new design guidelines that met safety, functional and aesthetic objectives, creating a new ‘language’ for cycle & pedestrian shared zones across the Queens Wharf Precinct.

Photography by CUSP

CUSP applied 3D modelling and high-quality graphic representations to illustrate the palette of design cues, such as functional signage and sightlines, to slow cyclists and alert pedestrians as they enter and traverse the shared spaces.