Bus services change in Gungahlin

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STARTING on Saturday, March 3, Platform 1 on Hibberson Street will close permanently and relocate temporarily to Gozzard Street until the completion of works on the new Gungahlin Bus Station is complete.

Director of Public Transport Operations Ian McGlinn says Transport Canberra bus services will be required to divert outside of Hibberson Street.

“School services that travel through the Gungahlin Town Centre will relocate from Hibberson Street and schools have already been notified of these changes,” he says. 

Effective March 3, bus services from the Gungahlin Town Centre will see:

  • Platform 1 move temporarily to Gozzard Street (opposite the Raiders Club)
  • Platform 2 remain temporarily on Gozzard Street (outside the Raiders Club)

Affected bus services include:

  • Weekday services: 56, 57, 58
  • Red Rapid 200 series: 200, 251, 252, 254, 255, 259
  • Weekend services: 200, 966, 958

Further information at transport.act.gov.au or by calling 13 17 10. 

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