One of our main goals is to improve your public transport experience. To do this, we're upgrading the network, building new infrastructure and changing the way we operate.
Nambour bus network review
In early 2017, we'll be making changes to local bus services in Nambour to provide passengers with improved connectivity and greater reliability.
The bus network review proposes changes to five existing bus services and the introduction of two new bus services.
To find out more about your new bus network, visit haveyoursay.translink.com.au, a local information session or complete our online survey.
Sunshine Coast University Hospital service change
In early 2017, bus services will change on the Sunshine Coast with the opening of the new Sunshine Coast University Hospital (SCUH).
This service change proposes changes to three existing bus services and the introduction of one new bus service.
To find out more about these bus service changes, visit haveyoursay.translink.com.au, a local information session or complete our online survey.
Mackay Bus Service Improvement Project
In late 2016, TransLink will launch in Mackay and bus services will change to provide customers with improved public transport.
View Mackay's proposed network which will deliver new and improved routes with additional trips to Caneland Central, Mount Pleasant Shopping Centre, the CQUniversity campuses and Mackay Base Hospital.
To provide feedback on the new network, visit haveyoursay.translink.com.au or attend a local information session.
Moreton Bay Rail Link
The Moreton Bay Rail Link (MBRL) is currently undergoing signalling system testing and will open once this system is deemed safe by Queensland Rail.
This once-in-a-generation project will transform the region, delivering a 14-kilometre dual-track passenger rail line between Lawnton and Kippa-Ring. There will be 6 new stations: Kallangur, Murrumba Downs, Mango Hill, Mango Hill East, Rothwell and Kippa-Ring.
To provide an integrated network for the region, some service changes will occur on the local bus network.
SEQ Fare Review
The Queensland Government has announced its response to the SEQ Fare Review with new fare prices and simplified eight zone network for South East Queensland.
TransLink website refresh
We're upgrading the TransLink website to load quicker and be more versatile for users on the go.
Over the next few months, we will be improving the page design and changing how we group information on the website. Watch this (web)space!
Redland Bay Marina station
We're one step closer to delivering the new Redland Bay Marina bus station, with construction expected to commence in early June 2016. Thanks to your feedback and our collaboration with Redland City Council and State Government agencies, the design for the new station is now complete and ready for delivery.
The construction of a new bus station along Nicklin Way, outside Kawana Shoppingworld, will improve Kawana’s public transport facilities. The new station will improve public transport efficiency and accommodate for future growth.
National Disability Insurance Scheme transport components
The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) will transform the way Queenslanders with disability are supported and change the way disability services are funded and delivered.
The Department of Transport and Main Roads will continue to deliver services and programs to all of our clients and members while the NDIS is introduced in Queensland.
The NDIS will result in changes to the administration of some of the department’s programs for people with disability who become NDIS participants.
Other bus and rail projects
Deception Bay station
The Deception Bay bus station was completed in December 2015.
The new station located on Bay Avenue replaces the stop located at Deception Bay Shopping Centre and provides passengers with improved facilities, such as shelter, a go card top up machine, lighting and security.
Victoria Point Jetty
The Victoria Point Jetty bus station upgrade was completed in October 2015. Customers transferring between Coochiemudlo Island ferries and TransLink services have access to a new fully-sheltered bus station with capacity for 2 buses. The upgrade includes additional seating and improved pedestrian access, safety features, lighting and 24-hour video surveillance. The station now meets TransLink's design standards for passenger comfort and operations.
Warrigal Road Green Link
The Warrigal Road Green Link was opened in July 2015 and is a bus-only link between Warrigal Road and Logan Road. It allows buses to bypass the Miles Platting Road, Padstow Road and Logan Road (MPPL) intersection to improve travel times and reliability of bus services. It has reduced traffic congestion for other motorists and road users.
Real-time information provides accurate predictions for the next services departing from your stop or station. It allows passengers to make public transport choices based on actual travel time, not just scheduled times which may vary depending on traffic or weather conditions.