Find out about Brisbane's City and Spring Hill Loops, CityGlider and BUZ services, bus depots, accessibility, charters and safety. Brisbane City Council's bus fleet is 100% air-conditioned and wheelchair and pram accessible.

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City centre free loops

The free City Loop and Spring Hill Loop bus services provide high frequency public transport access within the Brisbane Central Business District (CBD). Services also run between the CBD and Spring Hill areas. 


CityGlider bus services

The CityGlider buses provide fast transport from West End to Teneriffe and from Ashgrove to Stones Corner, with regular services during peak and off-peak times.

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Brisbane bus depots

Council’s bus depots ensure efficient operation of its bus fleet and include on-site maintenance, cleaning and refuelling, scheduling and rostering and driver amenities.


BUZ services

A network of 'no timetable needed' high frequency buses known as BUZ services run daily between 6am and 11.30pm. 

Your buses

Council has proudly operated the city’s buses for more than 90 years. Starting with just 11 buses to our current fleet of more than 1200 buses, we are proud of our bus history.

Bus accessibility

Council's low-floor buses allow easy access for all passengers. Find out about low-floor bus features, as well as bus stop accessibility upgrades and the visually impaired passenger telephone service.

Bus charters

Hire a Council bus for your special occasion. 

Bus safety

Council is committed to the safety of all passengers while travelling on the bus network. To ensure a safe and comfortable journey, follow some simple safety tips.

Brisbane bus evacuation

Transport for Brisbane operates a fleet of more than 1200 buses across the city. The safety of our passengers, bus operators and fleet is our highest priority. Find out about bus evacuation, including bus emergency exits.

Bruce the Brissie Bus

Bruce the Brissie Bus is an Active School Travel initiative, designed to encourage young people to appreciate the use of public transport as a means of getting to school.

Centenary bus services community research

Council has undertaken research in the Centenary suburbs to understand the community's experiences and views using public transport, specifically bus services within Seventeen Mile Rocks, Sinnamon Park, Jindalee, Mount Ommaney, Jamboree Heights, Riverhills, Middle Park, Sumner, Westlake and Darra.

Adelaide Street Bus Stop Precinct Improvements Trial

Council has completed construction of the Adelaide Street Bus Stop Precinct Improvements Trial. The project improves the passenger experience, through the installation of wayfinding signage and rationalisation of street furniture at several stops.