Woden Bus Station

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Woden Bus Station

An interim Woden Interchange was established on Melrose Drive (across from Phillip Pool) in March 1968. This new interchange was set up due to the commencement of the Woden-City express route. The permanent interchange at Bradley Street, Phillip opened on 4 December 1972. This was one of the first purpose built off-street interchanges in the country. In 1982 the interchange was expanded to cater for new services to Tuggeranong.

It was renamed to Woden Bus Station on 15 November 2010.

Facilities
Toilets: located near Platform 2
Information: Located between Platform 6 and Platform 9

Platform 1
Not in use

Platform 2
Not in use

Platform 3
Not in use

Platform 4
School Services 416, 844, 863
Set down only at all other times

Platform 5
Bus services to Kambah and Tuggeranong:
60, 62, 67, 160, 162, 960, 962

Platform 6
Bus services to Tuggeranong (Blue Rapid):
300, 313, 314, 315, 318, 319, 343, 900

Platform 7
Set down only

Platform 8
Set down only

Platform 9
Bus services to City and Belconnen (Blue Rapid)
160, 161, 162, 163, 164, 171, 300, 313, 314, 315, 318, 319, 343, 900

Platform 10
Northbound services
1, 791, 792

Platform 11
Bus services to Tuggeranong Valley:
61, 64, 66, 161, 164, 961, 964

Platform 12
Bus services to Wanniassa and Tuggeranong:
63, 65, 71, 163, 171

Platform 14
Bus services to Canberra Hospital, North Woden and South Canberra
2, 3, 4, 5, 932, 934, 938

Platform 15
Bus services to Southern Woden Valley
21, 22, 23, 24, 921, 922, 923, 924

Platform 16
Bus services to Weston Creek and Molonglo
25, 83, 925, 983

Platform 17
School services only

Platform 18
Bus services to Weston, Jerrabomberra, Belconnen, City
26, 27, 80, 88, 732, 749, 926, 927, 988

Platform 19
Bus Services to New South Wales (operated by Q City Transit / Transborder)