Burpengary Service Road bus stop relocation

The southbound bus stop on Burpengary Service Road (locally known as Morayfield Road) will be relocated to provide safer, easier and more convenient access for public transport users.

The southbound bus stop will move north of its current location and closer to the nearby retirement village.

The relocation and improvements will mean pedestrians no longer have to use the Burpengary Creek Bridge underpass to make their way to the opposite side of the road.

Benefits

  • Improves safety
  • Better active transport

Key features

  • New southbound bus stop facility.
  • New pedestrian paths and a refuge crossing island.
  • Lighting improvements.

Funding

Total investment
$1.689 million
Australian Government
$150,000
Queensland Government
$1.539 million

Current status

Construction started in early 2021 and is expected to be completed by mid-2021, weather and construction conditions permitting.

An additional $300,000 has been allocated under the Australian and Queensland governments' economic stimulus package to improve safety near the Burpengary Pines Village. 

These safety improvements will include installing a dedicated right-turn lane and an auxiliary left-turn lane. 

To reduce impacts to the community and the road network, these additional works will be carried out while construction activities for the bus stop relocation are underway.

Construction activities will be undertaken between 7am and 5pm, Monday to Friday.

Burpengary Service Road bus stop relocation design layout

Burpengary Service Road bus stop relocation design layout