Langlands Park busway station

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Langlands Park
Langlands Park busway station.jpg
Location Old Cleveland Road, Coorparoo
Coordinates 27°29′55.6″S 153°03′02.55″E / 27.498778°S 153.0507083°E / -27.498778; 153.0507083Coordinates: 27°29′55.6″S 153°03′02.55″E / 27.498778°S 153.0507083°E / -27.498778; 153.0507083
Owned by TransLink
Platforms 2
Construction
Disabled access Yes
Other information
Fare zone 2
History
Opened 29 August 2011[1]
Services
Preceding station   TransLink   Following station
toward UQ Lakes
Eastern Busway
Coorparoo (proposed)
toward Capalaba (proposed)

The Langlands Park Busway Station is a busway station near Main Avenue at Coorparoo in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. The station is serviced by TransLink routes travelling on the proposed Eastern Busway. The station is in Zone 2 of the Translink integrated public transport system.

Development[edit]

Construction of the Buranda to Mains Avenue section of the Eastern Busway commenced in April 2009 and opened on 29 August 2011, at least 3 months ahead of the original construction schedule.[2][3][4]

Currently, Langlands Park is the terminal station on the Eastern Busway. Buses enter the station from bus lanes on Old Cleveland Road and from Main Avenue.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ironside, Robyn (2011-08-27). "Eastern Busway open to public". The Courier-Mail (1 - First with the news ed.). p. 25. ISSN 1322-5235. 
  2. ^ Eastern Busway, TransLink, retrieved 2010-07-25 [dead link]
  3. ^ "Busway on track for early arrival", Brisbane Times (Fairfax Digital), 30 August 2010, retrieved 2010-08-30 
  4. ^ Buranda to Main Avenue, Translink, retrieved 24 August 2011 

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