Park Ridge Transit

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Park Ridge Transit
Park Ridge Transit Scania K230UB (Gemilang Coachworks).jpg
Park Ridge Transit Gemilang Coachworks bodied Scania K230UB in January 2015
ParentPulitano Group
Service areaSouth Brisbane
Service typeBus operator
DepotsPark Ridge
Fleet94 (Jun 2020)
Bustech bodied Volvo B12BLE in August 2008

Park Ridge Transit is an Australian operator of bus services in the southern suburbs of Brisbane. It operates nine urban services and nearly 70 school runs under the contract to Translink, Queensland Government.


In 1988, Park Ridge Transit was purchased from Greyhound owners the Penfold family by the Pulitano Group. In 2008 the Woodhill Coaches was purchased and integrated into Park Ridge Transit.[1]


The company currently operates nine urban routes across Brisbane, Logan and Ipswich cities. They are:

Route From To Via
534 Browns Plains Springfield Orion Forest Lake, Carole Park, Springfield Central station
535 Flagstone Browns Plains South Maclean, North Maclean
540 Beaudesert Browns Plains Gleneagle, Veresdale, Woodhill, Jimboomba, South Maclean, North Maclean, Park Ridge
541 Browns Plains Greenbank Boronia Heights
542 Browns Plains Park Ridge Heritage Park, Regents Park, Boronia Heights
543 Browns Plains Heritage Park Regents Park
545 Garden City Browns Plains Marsden, Kingston, Logan Central, Woodridge, Underwood, Eight Mile Plains
P546 Park Ridge Brisbane City Greenbank RSL, Griffith University station, Buranda station
547 Browns Plains Woodridge Drewvale, Berrinba


As at June 2020, the fleet consists of 94 buses.[2]


  1. ^ Woodhill Bus & Coaches Australian Bus Fleet Lists
  2. ^ Bus Queensland Park Ridge Australian Bus Fleet Lists

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