Centenary Bus Services Community Research

Brisbane City Council is committed to delivering Australia’s most modern public and active transport, including the Brisbane Metro. World-class public transport means more buses for the suburbs, fewer cars on the roads and quicker and more comfortable trips, and more travel options for residents.

Council understands the travel needs of Brisbane’s residents and visitors is ever changing. Council has undertaken community research in the Centenary suburbs to understand the community’s views and experiences using public transport, specifically bus services within Seventeen Mile Rocks, Sinnamon Park, Jindalee, Mt Ommaney, Jamboree Heights, Riverhills, Middle Park, Sumner, Westlake and Darra.

While the provision of public transport is not ordinarily a local government responsibility, Council undertakes research like this to assist and supplement Queensland Government endeavours.

Council received a great response from the community via the online survey and at the information kiosks at Mt Ommaney Shopping Centre through October. Council also undertook community research in August where a representative sample of the community in the Centenary suburbs was surveyed on their views and use of bus services.

Council has analysed the feedback provided to identify opportunities to improve the bus services in Centenary. As TransLink is the overarching authority for public transport in Queensland, Council has provided TransLink with a number of recommendations to make the services better meet the community’s needs. For more information about the consultation outcomes or the proposed bus service changes in Centenary, please visit the Council website or download the report.


Brisbane City Council is committed to delivering Australia’s most modern public and active transport, including the Brisbane Metro. World-class public transport means more buses for the suburbs, fewer cars on the roads and quicker and more comfortable trips, and more travel options for residents.

Council understands the travel needs of Brisbane’s residents and visitors is ever changing. Council has undertaken community research in the Centenary suburbs to understand the community’s views and experiences using public transport, specifically bus services within Seventeen Mile Rocks, Sinnamon Park, Jindalee, Mt Ommaney, Jamboree Heights, Riverhills, Middle Park, Sumner, Westlake and Darra.

While the provision of public transport is not ordinarily a local government responsibility, Council undertakes research like this to assist and supplement Queensland Government endeavours.

Council received a great response from the community via the online survey and at the information kiosks at Mt Ommaney Shopping Centre through October. Council also undertook community research in August where a representative sample of the community in the Centenary suburbs was surveyed on their views and use of bus services.

Council has analysed the feedback provided to identify opportunities to improve the bus services in Centenary. As TransLink is the overarching authority for public transport in Queensland, Council has provided TransLink with a number of recommendations to make the services better meet the community’s needs. For more information about the consultation outcomes or the proposed bus service changes in Centenary, please visit the Council website or download the report.