Brisbane Metro University of Queensland to PA Hospital - video transcript

This is a transcript of the Brisbane Metro University of Queensland to PA Hospital video on Council's YouTube account.

Brisbane Metro will be a key part of Brisbane’s greater transport network connecting the city and the suburbs.

The first stage of the new Brisbane Metro will mean a 21 kilometre service with two dedicated lines along the busway, so you can connect with the people and places you love.

Metro 1 will connect 11 stations from Eight Mile Plains to Roma Street.

Metro 2 will connect 12 stations from the Royal Brisbane Women’s Hospital to the University of Queensland.

Services will run every three minutes in peak hour. Making it easier to travel with turn-up-and-go services between our schools, universities and hospitals, within a growing health and knowledge precinct.

At Boggo Road station Brisbane Metro will link to a future Cross River Rail station, and to a number of existing bus and train services, creating a greater transport network.

Getting you home up to 50% quicker.

On weekends, Metro services will run 24-hours.

It’s all part of Council’s plan to get you home quicker and safer with more travel options, less congestion and better public transport.

Last updated:2 May 2019