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Commonwealth Games Transit Malls

Evaluating options and developing a plan for new Transit Malls in Gold Coast to prepare for the 2018 Commonwealth Games

  • Gold Coast, Australia

    Gold Coast, Australia

Guiding the development of Transit Malls to move large crowds safely and efficiently during the Commonwealth Games

After the Department of Transit and Major Roads completed an initial investigation of Transit Malls for the Commonwealth Games, we stepped in to bring the plan to fruition.

Transit Malls are significant public transport stations or interchanges that are integrated with the surrounding streets. For the Commonwealth Games, these malls will support the movement of the Games Family, athletes, spectators, journalists, and broadcasters with bus services. They’re intended to be located at Southport for spectators in support of the Southport Venue Cluster; the Athlete’s Village at Parklands to provide secure transport to and from the venues for athletes and their coaches; and Broadbeach to support the Media and Broadcast Centre.

Other locations are also being considered and will be subsequent stages to the current work if they go ahead. The primary task of this project was to refine the preliminary design of the selected Transit Malls and to identify the land area required and deliver feasible designs—we did just that. 

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  • Dept of Transport and Main Roads
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