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As a result of the QWB construction, 49 CBD bus routes will be altered accounting for over 4,700 trips and 100,000 customers affected per week. The changes include where buses will travel, stop and leave the CBD and bus zones on William Street will no longer be accessible.
In addition to these changes, on 12 December TransLink will be implementing updated timetables for 208 routes across the Brisbane Transport bus network to provide more accurate travel information for customers and to adjust to the city’s changing road conditions.
While changes to times will vary across the network, the majority will be relatively minor, with most changes being less than six minutes.
Across all affected services there will be no changes to frequency and connections to other services have been maintained, wherever possible.
In order to prepare customers and effectively manage the changes to the network, TransLink is undertaking a comprehensive communications campaign to inform our customers and assist them in preparing for the changes. Customers are being supported to replan their journey and find the easiest and most efficient ways to travel using all services and modes.
Customers will be able to find out more about the planned changes now and throughout construction by visiting translink.com.au and using the Journey Planner.
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