The Department of Transport and Main Roads built a dedicated cycle bridge over Moggill Road, Indooroopilly.
As part of the Centenary Cycleway, the bridge will allow more than 800 cyclists a day to pass safely over the busy intersection.
On 20 and 21 September 2015, two precast concrete girders were transported to the project site and lowered into place.
At 32 metres long and 103 tonnes each, these girders are the longest and heaviest of the bridge’s nine precast girders, forming the centre span.
Contractors McIlwain Civil Engineering began construction of the Moggill Road Cycle Bridge in April 2015.