Mater Hill busway station

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Mater Hill
Mater Hill Busway Station.JPG
LocationWater Street, South Brisbane
Coordinates 27°29′05.30″S153°01′38.93″E / 27.4848056°S 153.0274806°E / -27.4848056; 153.0274806 Coordinates: 27°29′05.30″S153°01′38.93″E / 27.4848056°S 153.0274806°E / -27.4848056; 153.0274806
Owned by Department of Transport & Main Roads
Operated by Brisbane Transport
Clarks Logan City Bus Service
Line(s) South East Busway
Platforms2
Bus routes36
Construction
Disabled accessYes
Other information
Station code 019051 (platform 1)
019063 (platform 2)
Fare zone go card 1
Website TransLink
History
Opened23 October 2000
Services
Preceding stationTranslinkFollowing station
South Bank South East Busway Woolloongabba
Terminus
Buranda
towards Springwood

Mater Hill busway station is located in Brisbane, Australia serving the suburb of South Brisbane. It opened on 23 October 2000 when the South East Busway opened from the Culture Centre to Woolloongabba. [1] It is surrounded by Mater Health Services, from which the station derives its name.

It is served by 36 routes operated by Brisbane Transport and Clarks Logan City Bus Service as part of the TransLink network. [2]

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References

  1. South East Busway services to start on Monday Queensland Government 22 October 2000
  2. "South Eastern Busway Network Map" (PDF). TransLink . January 2017.