Woolloongabba busway station

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Woolloongabba
Woolloongabba Busway Station.jpg
Location Stanley Street, Woolloongabba
Coordinates 27°29′10″S153°02′05.3″E / 27.48611°S 153.034806°E / -27.48611; 153.034806 Coordinates: 27°29′10″S153°02′05.3″E / 27.48611°S 153.034806°E / -27.48611; 153.034806
Owned by Department of Transport & Main Roads
Operated by Brisbane Transport
Line(s) South East Busway
Platforms2
Bus routes23
Construction
Disabled accessYes
Other information
Station code 019050 (platform 1)
019062 (platform 2)
Fare zone go card 1
Website TransLink
History
Opened13 September 2000
Services
Preceding stationTranslinkFollowing station
Mater Hill South East Busway Terminus

Woolloongabba busway station is located in Brisbane, Australia serving the suburb of Woolloongabba. It opened on 13 September 2000 when the first section of the South East Busway opened from Melbourne Street, South Brisbane to coincide with the start of the 2000 Olympic football tournament, for which some matches were held in Brisbane. It initially opened for outbound services only, with inbound services commencing on 23 October 2000. [1]

It is on a spur from the main trunk route, with inbound services joining the busway proper at Mater Hill. It is adjacent to the Gabba.

As part of the abandoned BaT Tunnel project, it was proposed to build a railway station adjacent to the busway station. [2] This has been revived as Cross River Rail, with Woolloongabba railway station due to open in 2024.

It is served by 23 routes operated by Brisbane Transport as part of the TransLink network. [3]

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References

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