Public transport

Brisbane City Council is busy delivering Australia's most modern public and active transport, including the Brisbane Metro. We operate one of the largest bus fleets in Australia, along with the iconic CityCat (including SpeedyCats) and CityFerry network. Find information about buses, Brisbane Metro, CityCats, CityFerries, Council Cab and other transport services.

For further information about timetables and tickets in Brisbane, visit TransLink or phone them on 13 12 30.

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CityCat, SpeedyCat and ferry services

Council operates 21 CityCats and nine monohull ferries (including CityHoppers) along a network of 25 terminals from St Lucia to Northshore Hamilton. Our SpeedyCats provide more than 100 peak-hour express services each week.


Find out about Brisbane's City and Spring Hill Loops, CityGlider and BUZ services, as well as information on bus depots, accessibility, charters and safety.

Brisbane Metro

Brisbane Metro is a key part of Council's plan to get you home quicker and safer, with more travel options, less congestion and better public transport.

Timetables and tickets

Find out about public transport timetables, route information, tickets, concession travel and faulty tickets.

Active Schools bus driver with teacher

Lost property and feedback

Find out about how to claim lost property and how to provide feedback on public transport in Brisbane.

Cycling in Brisbane

Learn about cycling in Brisbane, including CityCycle bike hire, our free membership-based Cycling Brisbane program and route planner, bikeway projects, closures and more. 

School transport

By rethinking travel behaviours and taking active school travel options, we can all play a part in reducing traffic around schools.

Personalised Public Transport

Personalised public transport (PPT) operates in areas where TransLink services are restricted.

Council Cabs

The Council Cab service organises shared taxis at scheduled times for residents who find it difficult to get to their local shops.

Our accessible, connected city

In 2031, Brisbane will be an accessible city for everyone. Residents, workers, students, visitors and business people will be able to move easily throughout the city.

Commemorative CityCat and bus designs

Council's commemorative CityCat and bus designs aim to increase community pride, acknowledge success stories in our city and commemorate historic events.