Council will undertake a 12-month trial of hail-and-ride PPT services from West Lake to Mount Ommaney Shopping Centre, and from Wacol station to Sumner Park Industrial Estate. The trial will begin Monday, 19 August 2019.
The Brisbane City Council recently announced new Personalised Public Transport (PPT) services to be activated in Centenary. The new services come in conjunction with the changes to the Translink Centenary and Western suburbs bus services that will also be implemented 19 August.
Sumner Park Industrial Estate
The Wacol to Sumner Park Industrial Estate hail-and-ride PPT service will operate in a loop, travelling between Wacol station, Wilruna Street, Wacol Station Road, Wolston Road, Spine Street, Sumner Road, Wacol Station Road and Wilruna Street.
PPT hours of operation is from 6:13 a.m. to 9:23 a.m. and 3:33 p.m. to 6:13 p.m., Monday to Friday, excluding public and school holidays.
Also running in loop, the Westlake service travels between Mt Ommaney Shopping Centre Interchange, Dandenong Road, Horizon Drive, Tennent Street, Westlake Drive and Arrabri Avenue.
Westlake PPT hours of operation is from 6:16 a.m. to 6:23 p.m., Monday to Friday, excluding public and school holidays.
PPT is a low-cost hail and ride service, carrying up to 10 passengers per trip and operates in areas where the TransLink services are limited with specially marked wheelchair-accessible and air conditioned maxi-cabs.
PPT fares are $1 each way whilst the service is free for legally blind passengers.