Park Ridge Transit to expand service into Glenlogan Estate from Term 3

New route ready: Glenlogan's announcement follows a bus route announcement earlier this year. Logan MP Linus Power is pictured with Logan Coaches' Queensland manager Peter Bowerman at the Translink service launch.
New route ready: Glenlogan's announcement follows a bus route announcement earlier this year. Logan MP Linus Power is pictured with Logan Coaches' Queensland manager Peter Bowerman at the Translink service launch.

Glenlogan Estate will get a school bus service for its students from term three.

The state government will expand the 6106PM service, operated by Park Ridge Transit, into the estate.

"Families in Glenlogan told me they wanted better public transport for their children, and I'm glad we've been able to deliver this positive result," Logan MP Linus Power said.

"After TransLink reviewed the route, the existing route along Cusack Lane will now divert in and out of the Glenlogan estate, improving safety and convenience for our Jimboomba students.

The route 6106PM picks up students from Beaudesert State High, Emmaus College and then Jimboomba State School before travelling to the west of the Jimboomba town centre.

"Not only will this change advantage current students but will ensure a more attractive service in the future as the area continues to grow," Mr Power said.

The extension comes as TransLink has also made modifications to seven other dedicated school routes, operated by Park Ridge Transit, in the region.