Kristian Silva Fancy a cross-town ride through the Bee Gees Tunnel? Or what about a train trip through the Fanning Underground?
Amy Remeikis Upcoming pre-selection process has the state ministers all singing from exactly the same songsheet.
Amy Remeikis Brisbane Underground bus and train project needs a name - and the Brisbane Underground won’t cut it.
Pak Yiu A Brisbane refugee volunteer group has turned to crowd funding to cope with rising public transport costs in southeast Queensland.
Amy Remeikis Queensland motorists will be forced to give cyclists at least one metre clearance when passing as soon as April.
Kim Stephens However, some train passengers have been stranded in outlying areas of Brisbane.
Marissa Calligeros More than 96 per cent of peak hour trains in southeast Queensland are now running on time, the Newman government says.
Queensland drivers may soon face tougher penalties for using mobile phones behind the wheel.
Amy Remeikis The Brisbane underground bus and train tunnel will cost almost $30 million – before a single piece of ground is broken.
Amy Remeikis A public servant, who resigned her government position for personal reasons, has been appointed to replace another senior public servant who has stepped down for personal reasons.
Kristian Silva The union representing Queensland bus drivers wants the state government to pay for the installation of perspex barriers after an assault left a driver hospitalised this week.
More than 20 properties including an historic racecourse may have to be compulsorily acquired to make way for north Brisbane’s newest road project.
Kim Stephens Coal train dust could be contributing to a dramatic reduction in lung function in Brisbane children, a paediatrician has warned.
Marissa Calligeros The King George Square busway will reopen at 3.30pm on Wednesday.
Amy Remeikis A one-metre minimum safe-passing distance will “save lives”, says the MP who called for the state’s parliamentary inquiry into cycling issues.
Marissa Calligeros A pedestrian has narrowly escaped death after darting in front of a Brisbane express train.
Brisbane Live at Work: Friday March 22
Kim Stephens State Government calls for public submissions in speed limit review
The ship believed to be responsible for a 1.4 kilometre oil slick in Brisbane’s port is leaving town, with the permission of authorities.
Tony Moore Cars are already the Gold Coast's biggest transport problem, a survey of its residents suggest.