Network information


Everyone's travel needs are different. To help you get to your destination sooner, we offer a range of special public transport options in addition to our regular services.

Pre-paid services

Selected peak bus routes around Brisbane are pre-paid only to get you to your destination sooner.

Most of these bus routes operate in peak traffic times only. Therefore there is at least one alternative bus option for passengers who don't have a go card or other valid ticket.

Bus routes that are pre-paid can be identified by the letter P next to the route number on the destination board at the top of the bus.

The Blue CityGlider and Maroon CityGlider are the only pre-paid routes that operate throughout the whole day. If you use a go card you can board the CityGlider using the rear door.

View pre-paid bus services.

FlexiLink services use a maxi cab to drop passengers close to their destination. The vehicle is wheelchair accessible with a 'FlexiLink' sign to distinguish it from other maxi cabs.

View FlexiLink services.

The G: is a 13 kilometre integrated tram system that connects the Gold Coast University Hospital and Griffith University (Health and Knowledge precinct) to Surfers Paradise and Broadbeach. There are 16 stations along this corridor with high-quality bus interchanges at Southport and Broadbeach.

A fleet of 14 trams will operate along this corridor with a tram service every 7.5 minutes during peak times. On the G: you can travel seamlessly throughout the heart of the Gold Coast and connect to any Surfside bus service or Queensland Rail train service to continue your journey.

View the G:link route (PDF, 133KB).

Community transport services

Community transport is available to help people with disability travel for shopping and social activities, as well as medical appointments. Visit the Queensland Government website for more information about community transport.

Our journey planner may recommend a non-TransLink service because it connects with one of our services.

Non-TransLink operators provide services within the TransLink service area but they have different tickets, fares and conditions. You cannot use a TransLink ticket or go card to travel on these services.

View non-TransLink services.