The go via network is a 81km integrated network of tolled roads, bridges and tunnels that provides greater connectivity, efficiency and reliability across the greater Brisbane area. 

Our network comprises:

  • Gateway Motorway, including the Sir Leo Hielscher Bridges
  • Logan Motorway
  • Clem Jones Tunnel (Clem7)
  • Go Between Bridge.
  • Legacy Way
  • AirportlinkM7

The go via network enables motorists to make better connections, whether by avoiding CBD congestion, or through connections to four of Brisbane’s major motorways; the Bruce Highway in the North, the Pacific Motorway to the South, the Ipswich Motorway and Western Freeway to the West. 

go via is owned and operated by Transurban.
 

Traffic updates

To keep up to date with what's happening on the go via network visit the go via network website.
 

Connect with us

Follow @govianetwork on Twitter for:

  • real-time traffic updates on the Gateway and Logan Motorways
  • major incidents, events and roadworks on the Gateway and Logan Motorways.
     

About Transurban

Established in 1996, Transurban is an Australian company that develops and operates toll roads in Australia and the United States of America with the vision of strengthening communities through transport.

We meet the needs of our customers and partners through the smart management of our existing road networks, active involvement in transport policy debate, and the application of unique skills to the infrastructure challenges in our markets.

Find out more about Transurban.

We also strive to provide a dynamic and stimulating work environment where our employees feel valued and are encouraged to reach their full potential.

If you're interested in working with Transurban, visit the Transurban careers page.