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Public Transport

Public transport including bus and train services is delivered by the state government and these services are planned and coordinated by TransLink. If you have any questions about services within Logan, or require information regarding timetables, station locations, bus stops and travel fares, see the TransLink website or call TransLink on 13 12 30.


There are 8 train stations in Logan, they are located at:

  • Trinder Park
  • Woodridge
  • Kingston
  • Loganlea
  • Bethania
  • Edens Landing
  • Holmview
  • Beenleigh

For station locations and timetables, contact TransLink on 13 12 30 or visit TransLink.


Logan is covered by TransLink's Southern Region. This region is based on Logan City local government boundary and the far northern section of Gold Coast City around Beenleigh. It includes areas of Beenleigh, Loganholme, Loganlea, Browns Plains, Logan Central, Slacks Creek, Woodridge and Springwood. 

Logan City Council does not operate any bus services. Bus services in the Southern Region are delivered through TransLink's delivery partners, Park Ridge Transit and Clarks Logan City. 

For details of routes, timetable and stop locations, contact TransLink on 13 12 30 or visit TransLink.

Bus stop locations and facilities

The location of bus stops are designated by TransLink through their role as service provider and planner. If you have a request  for a new bus route or stop, or would like to suggest a change to an existing service, please contact TransLink.

In most cases it is Council's responsibility to maintain and manage bus stop infrastructure, including shelters, seats and other associated infrastructure. Council's current priority is making the passenger network more accessible for people with a disability. In order to meet the requirements of the Disability Discrimination Act 1992 (DDA) Logan City Council is rolling out a program of accessibility upgrades which is making bus stops in Logan more accessible.

Requests for bus stop improvements such as the installation of seats and shelters are logged in a register. We use this register to assist in identifying candidate sites and guide decision making around improvements as funding for these upgrades becomes available.

If you notice a bus stop is damaged and needs repairs, or you would like to request an improvement to an existing bus stop please contact Council. 

Transport for people with disabilities

The Community Flyer or TransitCare program provides transport support services to assist frail and/or elderly people, and people with disabilities to live independently in their own homes and participate in their community.

The community transport program is a pre-booked shared transport services that responds to the client's needs. TransitCare has an extensive fleet of fully equipped modern vehicles. Taxis may also be used to transport clients at times of peak demand or if our vehicles are busy.

Further details can be found at

Contact details

Community Flyer or TransitCare program

  • Telephone: (07) 3422 7900