Roma Street busway station

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Roma Street
Roma St Busway Inbound.jpg
Location Roma Street, Brisbane
Coordinates 27°27′58.29″S153°01′07.03″E / 27.4661917°S 153.0186194°E / -27.4661917; 153.0186194 Coordinates: 27°27′58.29″S153°01′07.03″E / 27.4661917°S 153.0186194°E / -27.4661917; 153.0186194
Owned by Department of Transport & Main Roads
Operated by Brisbane Transport
Line(s) Northern Busway
Platforms2
Bus routes8
Connections Roma Street railway station
Brisbane Transit Centre
Construction
Disabled accessYes
Other information
Station code 010793 (platform 1)
010792 (platform 2)
Fare zone go card 1
Website TransLink
History
Opened19 May 2008
Services
Preceding stationTranslinkFollowing station
King George Square Northern Busway
proposed extension to Bracken Ridge
Normanby
towards Kedron Brook

Roma Street busway station is located in Brisbane, Australia serving the Brisbane central business district. It is located adjacent to Roma Street railway station and the Brisbane Transit Centre. It opened on 19 May 2008 when the Northern Busway was extended from Normanby to King George Square. [1] [2]

It is served by eight routes all operated by Brisbane Transport. [3]

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References

  1. King George Square station TransLink
  2. Inner Northern Busway - Queen Street to Roma Street CIMIC Group
  3. "Northern Busway Network Map" (PDF). TransLink . 19 August 2019.