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March Community Calendar
Please click on the link below to view March’s Community Calendar as a pdf.
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End of Moggill Buzz 444 & Rocket 443? Have your Say
Thanks to Margaret Greer for forwarding this proposed change of service to the Moggill 444 and 443. Margaret, I agree that this is a concern ( given how crowded the service is and guven how many times I have waited at Indooroopilly to change to a bus that didn't show up) - Margot
To read the plans directly please
(1) go to: http://www.translink.com.au and then click on Bus Review picture on screen
OR go straight to
From the info below, I have made the following observations which may affect you. If they do, please send your comments to Translink as a matter of urgency, and pass on the info to others who may wish to comment. I noted that it will not be possible to go by bus direct from Moggill to the city, at any time of day. AND the service Moggill to Indooroopilly will be less frequent. If you are likely to travel at the time the Rocket is presently available, a strong comment is needed to retain the Rocket 443.
PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING EXTRACTS FROM THIS REVIEW:
Route number Value for money Average patronage
444 High Very High
Recommendation This route will be replaced with route #500 MOGGILL TO UQ at a reduced frequency. Passengers wishing to travel to the CBD can transfer to frequent route #26 MT OMMANEY TO CITY VIA INDOOROOPILLY at Indooroopilly.
Route number Value for money Average patronage
P443 High Very High
Recommendation This peak only route will be removed in a revised peak network to make better use of resources. Passengers will have access to secondary network route #500 MOGGILL TO UQ.
Passengers wishing to travel to the CBD may transfer to the frequent network at Indooroopilly on route #26 MT OMMANEY TO CITY VIA INDOOROOPILLY.
Changes to bus services will be implemented in a staged approach throughout South East Queensland from mid 2013 and no changes will be made without further communication with customers in each local area. Stage 3 (late 2013 to early 2014) Northern, Western, Southern and Brisbane (South West)
From Monday 11 March, you will be able to provide feedback via another round of passenger participation. The survey will run from Monday 11 March until Sunday 24 March. This feedback will also help us plan the detail of the changes, ready to work with passengers on implementation Get Involved between now and 24 March to provide your feedback on the report and its recommendations. Translink says: Make sure you've had a look at the routes you catch and their recommendations and maps. [map 444 attached] If you have time, it's definitely worth reading the report. The introduction contains a brief Executive Summary if you don't want to read the whole thing. We'll also continue to keep you updated about this project through this website and TransLink stuff on the network. I have sent a question to TransLink asking:Re your Bus Review and Moggill 444 - It says 'Reduced Frequency'. Please advise what changes to frequency there will be?No reply yet. (11 March 2013, 5pm)
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Moggill/Bellbowrie Neighbourhood Plan 9th March - Talk to a planner
On March 1st the revised draft strategy for the Moggill/Bellbowrie Neighbourhood Plan was released by Council. It can be downloaded from
The consultation period runs until 25 March. Your comments must be received by close of business 25 March 2011.
If you have any enquiries or would like to comment on the strategy you can:
• send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
• call the neighbourhood team on (07) 3403 8888
• write to:Neighbourhood Planning (Moggill/Bellbowrie District) Brisbane City CouncilGPO Box 1434Brisbane Qld 4001
A 'talk to a planner' event will be on 9 March, 5 to 7:30pm at St Catherine's Church, 3346 Moggill Rd, Moggill.
Also Margaret deWit writes...
Following the January flood event, Council have reviewed the draft Strategy for the Moggill/Bellbowrie District and have made changes to the extent of the area to be classified as Low-medium Density Residential (LMR) around the Bellbowrie Shopping Centre.
The area to the north and to the south of the plaza (Birkin Rd and Sugarwood St) have been removed from the proposed LMR area (ie they will remain Low Residential). The area to the west of the plaza, on the western side of Moggill Road, will continue to be recommended for change to LMR.
The reviewed Strategy also clearly states that flooding will continue to inform all planning undertaken by Council, and that as new information about the types of flooding (river, creek, storm, overland flow, etc) come to light, Council will continue to use this to further inform planning outcomes.
An updated, reprinted Draft Strategy will be delivered to all residents and land owners shortly so keep an eye on your mail.
Previous post on the plan...
Recent press commentary on Moggill Ferry and Bridges
(Photo - The Moggill Ferry after breaking away during the Jan 2011 flood - thanks to Flickr:bushrestaurant)
There have been several recent articles in the press about the potential for bridge crossings at the Moggill ferry and Colleges Crossing to prevent route closures due to heavy rainfall and water releases.
It is well worth the community considering this. Forward planning and consideration of all the options is the best approach to finding a good solution to this issue and preventing kneejerk solutions from being promised near election times. (Remember the Goodna Bypass.)
If you have thoughts, including on the best way for the community to go about such a process, please:
Make suggesions here or at
or write to Queensland Main Roads Minister Craig Wallace, who is examining the issue.
Is this the end for the Moggill Ferry? - (Brisbane Times 15th Feb 2011) http://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/queensland/is-this-the-end-for-the-moggill-ferry-20110214-1atke.html
Moggill bridge? 'No thanks,' says councillor - Brisbane Times 16th Feb 2011) There are lots of ideas about potential solutions here.
Moggill Ferry may be replaced (Moreton BayJournal 17th Feb 2011)
Government considers future of Moggill ferry (ABC news 15th Feb 2011)
And thank you and well done Greg and Frank for saving the Moggill Ferry during the floods -- the Moggill Ferry Heroes (Queensland Times, 26th January)
The Moggill Ferry in 1928http://www.moggill.nnub.net/notice/show/3003