QUT Kelvin Grove busway station

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QUT Kelvin Grove
QUT Kelvin Grove busway station.jpg
Location Victoria Park, Kelvin Grove
Coordinates 27°27′06″S153°01′06″E / 27.45167°S 153.01833°E / -27.45167; 153.01833 Coordinates: 27°27′06″S153°01′06″E / 27.45167°S 153.01833°E / -27.45167; 153.01833
Owned by Department of Transport & Main Roads
Operated by Brisbane Transport
Line(s) Northern Busway
Platforms2
Bus routes4
Construction
Disabled accessYes
Other information
Station code 000884 (platform 1)
000889 (platform 2)
Fare zone go card 1
Website TransLink
History
Opened23 February 2004
Services
Preceding station  TransLink  Following station
toward  Cultural Centre
Northern Busway
toward  RWBH (current) and
Bracken Ridge (proposed)

QUT Kelvin Grove busway station is located in Brisbane, Australia adjacent to Queensland University of Technology's Kelvin Grove campus. It opened on 23 February 2004 on the first section of the Inner Northern Busway from the intersection of Roma Street to Herston. [1] [2]

The design of the station is very similar to Herston station and features golf ball protection screens due to the close proximity to Victoria Park Golf Course. [3]

It is served by four routes all operated by Brisbane Transport. [4]

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References

  1. Beattie opens new $135 million busway Queensland Government 22 April 2004
  2. [Busway to reduce commuting times The Courier-Mail 23 February 2004
  3. Inner Northern Busway Stage 5 - Victoria Park Golf Course Archived 19 February 2017 at the Wayback Machine Seymour Whyte
  4. "Northern Busway Network Map" (PDF). TransLink . 29 November 2014.