391 Bus Timetables 2013
|Semester Break Timetable||Semester 1 and 2 Timetable|
|Gardens Point to Kelvin Grove (PDF, 59KB)||Gardens Point to Kelvin Grove (PDF, 59KB)|
|Kelvin Grove to Gardens Point (PDF, 59KB)||Kelvin Grove to Gardens Point (PDF, 59KB)|
The University funded shuttle bus service allows students and staff free travel between the Gardens Point and Kelvin Grove campuses for the purpose of attending lectures or attending to University business. The 391 service is operated for the University by Brisbane Transport. QUT staff and students are able to travel free on route 391 but will need to show the driver their QUT identity card. TransLink.
Services operate all year round, excluding weekends, public holidays and the days between Christmas Day and New Years Day when the University is closed. The 391 timetable varies in frequency during the year. A 10 minute service is provided during semester 1 and 2, and a 15 minute service at other times. The timetable is also available via QUT Virtual where you can obtain the departure times for the next 4 services. While every reasonable attempt is made to adhere to the arrival and departure times listed on the timetable, the services are affected by traffic conditions and there may be some delays during the course of the day, particularly at peak travel times. It is therefore recommended that you plan your trip accordingly.
The 391 service stops at the following locations:
- Kelvin Grove - Musk Avenue (close to the intersection with Victoria Park Road)
- Kelvin Grove - Musk Avenue (close to the intersection with Carraway Street)
- Gardens Point - Alice Street stop 95A (close to the intersection with George Street)
The first stop is the one used for scheduling departure times from Kelvin Grove. The second stop is a "hail and ride" or set down stop only. Apart from the stops mentioned above, the buses do not make stops when travelling between the campuses.
The Translink website contains information on all bus services and other public transport options to QUT campuses.
All CityCat ferry terminals (except for West End) became operational as of 18 April. Check the Translink website for timetables. The West End terminal is expected to be operational by the end of June 2011.
The Route 66 (PDF, 306KB) bus service operates exclusively on the South East busway and Inner Northern busway between Woolloongabba and the Royal Brisbane and Womens' Hospital. This service does not stop at the 'Myer Centre' Station. During the University Semester, Route 66 buses operate every 5 minutes at peak times and every 15 minutes at off peak times on week-days, between 6:30am until 8:00pm. Rail and bus connections may be made at the following locations:
- Mater Hill
- South Bank
- Cultural Centre
- City (King George Square)
- Roma Street
- Royal Brisbane and Womens' Hospital