The Sunshine Coast is one step closer to getting a light rail public transport service after Sunshine Coast Council gave the green light for a business case to be developed.
Managing a go card on-line and from mobile devices will be easier following enhancements to TransLink’s go card website.
Sunshine Coast residents and visitors can now get the latest information about public transport in and around the region, thanks to a free guidebook developed by Sunshine Coast Council.
Up to 2000 first-year University of the Sunshine Coast students will get $65 worth of free bus travel this semester, thanks to the return of the U-Pass.
If you’ve got an idea to help reduce reliance on cars for transport, then a TravelSmart Sunshine Coast grant may help get the wheels turning.
Sunshine Coast Council today called for community members passionate about the future of the Sunshine Coast to help with its transformation by nominating to join the Light Rail 2020 Taskforce.
TransLink is urging parents to make themselves aware of new and changed school services and to ensure their child’s go card is topped up and ready for school next week [Monday January 23].
Councillor Jenny McKay’s weekly roundup of news and issues from Division 5. This week covering: Free Holiday Buses, Playground Replacements, Montville Christmas Hampers, Arts Connect and the Festive Season Trees & events.
Sunshine Coast Council in partnership with TransLink, will be providing free travel on all public bus services across the coast from Monday 26 December 2011 to Sunday 8 January 2012.
If you’re planning a visit to the PGA Championship this weekend, the Australian PGA Championship website has all the information about how to get there, where to park and timetables for free transport.