Brisbane Metro will be a key part of Brisbane's greater transport network connecting the city to the suburbs. The turn-up-and-go Brisbane Metro will run every three minutes during peak periods and 24 hours on weekends, operating along dedicated busways from Eight Mile Plains to Roma Street, and Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital to University of Queensland. 

This city-shaping project is fully-funded in partnership with the Australian Government and will transform our city's public transport network. The Brisbane Metro's all-electric, high-capacity vehicles will get you home quicker and safer with easy links to bus and train services, building new and improved infrastructure and using the best technology to suit our river city. 

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Benefits of Brisbane Metro


All electric vehicles with zero tailpipe emissions


New and improved infrastructure for a better-planned network


Turn-up-and-go with 24-hour services on weekends

About Brisbane Metro

Brisbane Metro vehicle

Latest project news

Major infrastructure

Brisbane Move has been announced as the preferred tenderer for the major infrastructure works for Brisbane Metro.

Construction updates

Be sure to stay informed about Brisbane Metro's latest construction activities throughout the city.
 

Artist impressions of Brisbane Metro

Brisbane Metro

You can also view the 'Brisbane Metro' album via Council's Flickr account.

Brisbane Metro network map

This map shows the Brisbane Metro alignment, connecting 18 stations along dedicated busways between Eight Mile Plains and Roma Street, and Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital and University of Queensland.

Brisbane Metro network map (Word - 1.48Mb) illustrates the planned route that Metro vehicles will travel through Brisbane.

Brisbane just keeps getting better. The Brisbane Metro is now underway and will run every three minutes in peak times.

Find out more about the other ways we're making Brisbetter.