A new fan bus with the name “blue bird” has landed in Brisbane.
The bus has a distinctive blue-and-white colour scheme, similar to the one on the bus of the same name.
It has an impressive 40km of road in it, as well as four doors, making it the most popular bus in the Brisbane area.
The fan bus has just flown on the Brisbane Q8 network, arriving in Townsville from Townsville this morning.
The blue bird bus is a new fleet of buses with the first of its kind.
The Brisbane Q80 is a fleet of 40 new buses.
It’s one of the first fleets of bus in Queensland.
The first buses arrived on the Queensland Q8 in December.
The new buses are designed to run on local bus routes and will be available on all buses in the network.
The buses have been tested in Townsland, Brisbane, the Gold Coast and the Goldfields.
Q80 bus fleet on the way to TownsvilleThis morning’s Q80 buses are arriving at the Brisbane Queensland Airport.
The Q80 bus network is set to launch next week, with a fleet up to 30 vehicles.
A new fleet will also be on the road, with an initial rollout of buses to Brisbane by June 2018.
The full rollout of the Q80 will see bus routes in Townsfield and Townsville, as the network expands to include other towns in the state.
The service is free for residents, children under five and residents with a valid driver’s licence.
The Queensland Government will be introducing a one-off fare for the Q90 fleet, and residents can pay $40 to enter the fleet.
The cost of the service is $80 per month.