Transport and Main Roads Minister Scott Emerson
Transport and Main Roads Minister Scott Emerson Tom Huntley

Last chance for commuters to respond to bus service changes

COMMUTERS in south-east Queensland will have an extra fortnight to respond to changes to bus services, after the State Government delayed proposed changes to the network.

Transport and Main Roads Minister Scott Emerson said 40,000 had visited the TransLink website since the report was released on Thursday, with 1700 comments made in the first 24 hours.

The results of the review will be put in place from mid-year.

Public submissions can be made online at translink.com.au or by phoning 13 12 30 until April 7.


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