Barbara T.H. Yen, Griffith University Traditional funding sources are becoming inadequate to meet public transport demands in Australian cities, despite the broad economic and social benefits public transport brings, such as cost savings...
Tony Moore The Rockhampton Rocket - Rod Laver - has given the go ahead to having the footbridge at Yeerongpilly across to the new Queensland Tennis Centre named in his honour.
Natalie Bochenski The state government will spend its $30 million in carbon tax savings cutting public transport fares across Queensland.
Kim Stephens Robert Dow from Rail Back on Track described it as a token, vote-winning exercise, saying the money would be better spent on a comprehensive review of fares and the network in order to bolster...
Kim Stephens Brisbane City Council has quietly appointed a new chief to its public transport arm who has no experience in the transport sector.
Kristian Silva With November’s G20 Summit approaching, police have released a snapshot guide for residents likely to be impacted by road closures and public transport delays.
Tony Moore Brisbane City Council has sacked the man who has made Brisbane’s buses run on time for the past 14 years, as it opens the door to privatising Brisbane’s profitable bus runs.
Natalie Bochenski The cost of taking public transport to the Ekka has been frozen as organisers prepare for the biggest turnout in numbers this century.
Amy Remeikis Queensland Transport Minister Scott Emerson is counting on the federal government keeping its road funding promises.
Kim Stephens Lord Mayor indicates efficiency review which resulted in services cuts and changes last year will continue.
Tony Moore More than 78,500 people each week in Southeast Queensland now take a free bus, train or ferry trip after the Newman Government introduced their "free trips after nine journeys" policy in June 2012.
Katherine Feeney Brisbane's public transport system has fallen behind its counterparts, according to a major national report that praises Perth and Sydney as models for best-practice.
Katherine Feeney The Newman government has firmly rejected calls for a review of Brisbane's public transport zone system despite expert criticism and a public outcry over the latest round of fare increases.
Here's the public transport situation this Wednesday afternoon, January 30:
Katherine Feeney People who can least afford it cover the bulk of the cost for a public transport system they hardly use, new analysis of census commuter data reveals.
Katherine Feeney An extra 30 minutes has been added to the off-peak fare period in a bid to lure more commuters onto public transport.
Tony Moore and Katherine Feeney Pressure is mounting on the Transport Minister Scott Emerson to announce changes to southeast Queensland's busways before the university semester begins.
Tony Moore Four more public transport figures have backed calls for cars - and in some cases buses - to be banned Brisbane's Victoria Bridge.
Daniel Hurst A former senior Queensland Transport Department official has been accused of having had improper links to a consultancy firm that worked on projects for the government.
Tony Moore Queensland's two major political parties have rejected calls to offer the unemployed public transport concessions to help them find work.