Our Public Transport


Trains and buses link people to jobs and education, as well as healthcare and social activities. Easy access to reliable and efficient public transport is critical to creating a healthy, cohesive and inclusive community.

In Logan, we have challenges with public transport on two fronts:

  • city-bound commuters find themselves on buses caught in congestion on the M1 because the South East Busway doesn’t start until Eight Mile Plains (outside of Logan)
  • fast-growing communities in our city’s south-west have no clear idea when the planned passenger rail line from Salisbury to Beaudesert will be delivered.

Council is continuing to advocate on behalf of residents for solutions to both these challenges.


Our advocacy efforts have led to a commitment from the Queensland Government and Australian Government to extend the busway to Springwood. We still need the next stretch to Loganholme. ...Read more

We need earlier delivery of the Salisbury to Beaudesert Passenger Rail to provide a critical public transport link for Logan's fast-growing south-western populations to employment, education and important services such as healthcare. ...Read more

Train station upgrades

It is critical that all eight train stations in the City of Logan be upgraded as soon as possible to create a connected and convenient transport network, supported with appropriate disability access and adequate park and ride facilities…Read more