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Offline Jonno

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Additional Bus Corridors to add to Bus Review
« on: December 12, 2012, 07:55:55 PM »
As per my rhetorical question in other topic.  Please suggest addition corridors that need to be reviewed or added to create a Core Frequent Network in SEQ.

I'll take a look and add some tonight.

Offline Jonas Jade

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Re: Additional Bus Corridors to add to Bus Review
« Reply #1 on: December 12, 2012, 08:26:47 PM »
Not really "additional" corridors, but tt'd be good if they just acknowledged the rail corridors running parallel to their "corridors" and took advantage of that in their "network"

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Re: Additional Bus Corridors to add to Bus Review
« Reply #2 on: December 27, 2012, 11:47:33 AM »
Kessels/Riawena Rds.

I'd like to see a crosstown linking Garden City, Cooper Plains Station & Darra Station.

Although if it's anything like what's happening with the 369 TransLink will probably cancel it after 6 months due to low patronage.  They need to give these things decent frequency & operating hours otherwise people won't use them and they will be failures.

369 is close but IMO should have continued at 30 minutes frequency until 9:30pm to be truly useful to people going to cinemas, eating out, shopping after hours etc (most grocery shops for example are open til 9pm now.)

Also as someone else posted I think the busway connection would have been better made at Lutwyche to save all that faffing around the back streets near Kedron Brook.

 

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