Traffic in Brisbane, Australia

In this city, we estimate that each passenger produces approximately 1,886.74kg of CO2 annually as a result of commuting to work or school. To counterbalance this carbon emission, it would require approximately 86.67 trees per passenger to produce enough oxygen. The following formulas are used to make these estimations.

Main Means of Transportation to Work or School

Working from Home 3.73%
Walking 5.22%
Car 62.69%
Bike 2.99%
Motorbike 5.97%
Bus/Trolleybus 14.18%
Tram/Streetcar 0.00%
Train/Metro 5.22%

Average when primarily using Walking

Distance 3.64 km
Walking 24.71 min
Waiting 0.86 min
Driving Car 0.29 min
Bus/Trolleybus Ride 4.57 min
Overall 30.43 min

Average when primarily using Car

Distance 33.22 km
Walking 1.99 min
Driving Car 40.58 min
Overall 42.57 min

Average when primarily using Bike

Distance 8.75 km
Waiting 0.50 min
Bike 21.75 min
Overall 22.25 min

Average when primarily using Motorbike

Distance 68.75 km
Walking 4.38 min
Motor Bike 62.75 min
Overall 67.12 min

Average when primarily using Bus/Trolleybus

Distance 16.33 km
Walking 7.63 min
Waiting 6.84 min
Bus/Trolleybus Ride 31.42 min
Overall 48.58 min

Average when primarily using Train/Metro

Distance 30.29 km
Walking 7.57 min
Waiting 7.86 min
Bus/Trolleybus Ride 5.43 min
Train/Metro Ride 44.71 min
Overall 68.29 min

Overall Average Travel Time and Distance to Work (School)

Distance 30.20 km
Overall 44.74 min

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Last update: February 2024

These data are based on perceptions of visitors of this website in the past 3 years.

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1 Comments so far
The Gym Pie Who Rowed on Dec 17, 2023:
Brisbane roads are the worst planning in any city I've ever seen.

They ripped up the trams to build more roads.

People spend more money on cars than anything. Giant, big cars not needed in a city.

Brisbane is full of derros who think driving everywhere means they are kings.

Brisbane roads are to full mate!

The CBD area parking is more expensive than Monaco! But without the glamour of Monaco. Just fat people walking around.

The CBD area is in a small triangulated area called "The Central Business District". One side has hills and narrow windy roads. The other sides are water, called the Brisbane River. There are a few places you can get in and out.

Brisbane people are too dumb to realise they are living in a giant car park and construction site.