Projects and Initiatives
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.
Infrastructure project map
We're constantly improving our network to make it easier for you to use public transport.
Use our interactive map to discover the public transport infrastructure improvement projects currently underway across the TransLink network. This includes updates to existing infrastructure and completely new projects.
Projects will remain on the map for up to 12 months after completion.
Visit the Department of Transport and Main Roads website for projects outside our network.
Other current projects
TransLink are working to develop a world-class ticketing system to make catching public transport even easier!
In September 2016 the Queensland Government initiated a review into bus driver safety. The review is now complete.
Read both the report and the government's response.
Since mid-2017, we have been trialling our real-time system on-board Clarke's Logan City Bus Service school buses in the Logan area. This trial will be ongoing and we'll continue to monitor the performance of real-time on school services.
The Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) has released the Draft Queensland Transport Strategy (QTS).
The Draft QTS is the government’s 30-year vision for transport and details how global and national trends will impact Queensland in the future. It discusses how new transport technologies – such as drones, electric vehicles and increasing levels of automation – can substantially transform the transport system.
Community consultation for the draft strategy was held from 29 March to 24 May 2019 with feedback received being used to inform the development of the final strategy.
To find out more visit the Queensland Transport Strategy page.
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.
The Public Transport Fares Advisory Panel (The Panel) was established as a recommendation of the South East Queensland Fare Review Taskforce.
The Panel will provide independent expert advice to help inform government decisions on future public transport fares, products, and ticketing.
The Panel members were selected based on their expertise and to include a broad range of knowledge, including specialist transport knowledge, community insights, regional perspectives and industry experience.
Panel members have been appointed for a period of 12 months and will meet twice a year. Additional meetings are possible if directed by the Minister. TransLink Division (TransLink) of TMR will perform the role of Secretariat for the Panel.
Terms of Reference
The Queensland Government introduced a public transport service for Yarrabilba on 29 June 2020. The 587 Yarrabilba to Loganlea station bus service replaced the old private bus service.
Yarrabilba residents were welcomed into the TransLink public transport network and can now access benefits including real-time information, journey planner and savings with go card.
Public Transport Survey
Between Tuesday 30 July and Monday 12 August we invited residents of Yarrabilba to complete a survey to understand their travel needs and opinions.
Thank you to all Yarrabilba residents that took time to provide feedback. Our transport planners have used your feedback along with patronage data, previous customer feedback, land use considerations, bus operations and connectivity with the TransLink network to help review the new service.
Small blue metal plates, featuring Braille, tactile and QR code bus stop numbers, have been added to select inner-city bus stops and bus stations.
The plates are fixed to the sides of the blade style bus stops and display the bus stop number in Braille, to assist customers with vision impairment identify the stop. Above the Braille the stop number is also displayed in white high contrast tactile text and below the braille the same information is available through use of a QR code.
The new Braille, tactile and QR code stop numbers have been introduced to assist customers with vision impairment identify bus stops where there are a high number of stops in proximity. This has mainly occurred in inner city areas and large bus stations. In 2020-21, we're looking at extending Braille, tactile and QR codes at bus stops further outside inner city locations, including some regional areas.