CYCLISTS who rely on their bike as a low-cost option will soon have more pathways to ride on with a number of new tracks to be rolled out across the city.
Construction will start on the proposed tracks by the end of the year with help from a shared grant worth more than $280,000 from both the State Government and Logan City Council.
State Member for Waterford Michael Latter said the new networks constructed by the cycling boost would help fill in the gaps on current bike tracks.
"This major funding boost is part of the State Government's commitment to a better performing transport system, by filling in the gaps on the south-east Queensland principal cycle network," Mr Latter said.
"Working locally with Council means we are providing tangible benefits to local contractors and the wider cycling community, who will certainly notice the additional infrastructure that connects them on their journeys."
"I'm extremely proud of our commitment to achieve better cycling infrastructure through the South East Queensland Cycle Network Local Government Grants program."