Nudgee on the go
Public transport customers in Wavell Heights can now top up their go card from their local news retailer.
Member for Nudgee, Ms Leanne Linard said a new go card terminal had been approved so locals could now buy go cards, top up and change expiry dates.
“I’m pleased to update locals that North Wavell News in Wavell Heights, now offers commuters a full range of go card services,” Ms Linard said.
“This new terminal will make public transport easier to use by offering more options for commuters to manage their go card.
“I’ve been campaigning for more go card facilities in my area, particularly in Wavell Heights, and I’m pleased to have worked with the Transport Minister to deliver for locals.
“The Palaszczuk Government is committed to improving public transport across the state and this one small example of how we’re moving in the right direction.
“Customers can have the peace of mind of knowing they can top up their go card at their local shops and not be caught out when they are on the go.”
Customers are also able to buy and top-up go cards at selected retailers including any 7 Eleven, at Queensland Rail station ticket offices, at rail and busway fare machines, online, or by registering for the convenience of auto top-up using their credit or debit cards.
For more information about the go card or to find the nearest go card location visit www.translink.com.au.
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