CityCat Terminal Gets European Influence

The Proposed Milton CityCat Terminal Gets European Influence

17 Jan 2014

In true Milton style the new Park Road CityCat terminal scheduled to start construction this year is likely to have some French and Italian influence in its design.

CityCat on Brisbane River Brisbane CityCat - soon to be stopping at Milton.
Toowong Councillor Peter Matic has expressed his intention for the design to reflect the strong European influence of the local dining precinct.

"I want to incorporate some of the elements that people know about Park Road," Cr Matic said.

The designs are expected to reflect the influence of Savoir Faire, La Dolce Vita and other culturally significant features and icons of the area.

Once the preliminary designs have been put together the residents of the Milton precinct will get their say before building goes ahead.

The terminal will be alongside Coronation Drive just across from Park Road, providing a scenic transport option for diners visiting the renowned dining area.

Completion is still expected to be about 12 months away but will provide a boost to business in the area once it’s in operation.

Read more at the Brisbane Times Website.

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