Buses

Call to get half-full buses off city bridge

Tony Moore Transport Minister Annastacia Palaszczuk has agreed to discuss the future of Brisbane's congested Victoria Bridge with Lord Mayor Graham Quirk next week.

Anzac Day 2014 in Brisbane

wartime brisbane archive photo

Anzac Day 2014 in Brisbane.

Queensland government employees involved in drug syndicate: police

Police raid a Southport home

Kristian Silva Queensland government employees were involved in a Gold Coast drug syndicate that couriered millions of dollars worth of drugs through commercial airports, police allege.

Alleged drug syndicate continued work despite raid

Kristian Silva A Gold Coast drug syndicate wasn't fazed by police raiding one of its alleged safehouses, and reportedly continued to smuggle cannabis through commercial airports until it was shut down on Tuesday.

Mt Coot-tha Botanic Gardens to add lagoon, amphitheatre

An artist impression of the Botanic Gardens expansion at Mt Coot-tha.

Tony Moore Work on the biggest expansion to Brisbane’s Botanical Garden in 40 years will be revealed Wednesday morning in the parkland at the Legacy Way tunnel at Toowong.

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Legacy Way and BaT tunnel to be linked, ending long commute from western suburbs

Bus/rail tunnel

Tony Moore One of Brisbane's worst traffic crawls - the bus trip from the western suburbs through the city and out to the southside - is set to be shortened by more than 15 minutes.

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Brisbane transit tunnel named

BaT tunnel

Tony Moore Brisbane's underground bus and rail project will be named the BaT tunnel, the Queensland Government has announced.

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Women filmed attacking elderly man on Gold Coast bus

Two girls are caught on film attacking a half-blind man on a Gold Coast bus.

The latest case of Australian bus commuters acting atrociously has gone viral on social media after being captured on a mobile phone.

Gold Coast bus attack: two women leave elderly man 'upset and shaken'

Natalie Bochenski and Marissa Calligeros Both women captured on film abusing a passenger on a bus have handed themselves into Gold Coast police.

New Translink timetables run smoothly

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Photograph taken by Michelle Smith on Friday 26th August, 2011.
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Kim Stephens However, some train passengers have been stranded in outlying areas of Brisbane.

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Work on Brisbane's new underground to begin next month

The planned George Street Station, part of the Underground Bus and Train project.

Tony Moore Work on Brisbane's $5 billion Underground Bus and Train project will start on January 14, when geotechnical work begins on the river bed between Gardens Point and South Brisbane.

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Transit tunnel planning to cost $30m

Amy Remeikis The Brisbane underground bus and train tunnel will cost almost $30 million – before a single piece of ground is broken.

Brisbane Live At Work: Tuesday June 25

NSW Blues

Brisbane Live At Work: Tuesday June 25

School bus seatbelts rejected despite southern move

school bus

Katherine Feeney Compulsory seatbelts on Queensland school buses will not be considered by the state government even as its conservative counterpart in Victoria moves to fund the safety initiative.

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Car crashes into steamroller

Marissa Calligeros A car has crashed into a steamroller in Brisbane’s south.

Bridge cost close to being revealed

buses

Katherine Feeney Brisbane commuters are “very near” to finding out how much it will cost to build the council's new bus bridge between the Cultural Centre and the city, and when it will be launched.

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Brisbane Live At Work: Monday April 29

Flowers at the scene of a fatal Bracken Ridge house fire.

Brisbane Live At Work: Monday April 29

Brisbane Live At Work: Tuesday April 30

Brisbane Live

Brisbane Live At Work: Tuesday April 30

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Brisbane Live At Work: Wednesday May 1

Campbell Newman in state parliament.

Brisbane Live At Work: Wednesday May 1

Councillors on the plonkism

William Street

Tony Moore Labor called it "plonkism", but Brisbane's City Council's Liberal National Party administration on Tuesday approved the Queensland government's 45-storey William Street development.

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