Boost for public transport across Moreton Bay

By James Brown

One of the many great reasons to live in real estate in Burpengary is that getting around the local area is easy – and it's about to become even more accessible.

Moreton Bay Regional Council has announced plans for upgrades to 31 bus stops throughout the area, thanks to a considerable investment.

"The $803,000 investment in shelters, signage and tactile upgrades is expected to make public transport safer and more accessible for commuters and residents with a visual impairment," noted acting mayor Mike Charlton.

"Easier-to-use public transport means less traffic congestion on our roads and a more sustainable environment for future generation."

New shelters are due to be put in place at 21 bus stops after the council consulted with Translink on what changes would bring the greatest improvements to users.

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