Pre-Games transport options being stalled by train deal

By Fraser Barton
Updated January 14 2024 - 3:55pm, first published 3:49pm
Brisbane Airport welcomed nearly 20 million passengers in the year to November 2023. (Jono Searle/AAP PHOTOS)
Brisbane Airport welcomed nearly 20 million passengers in the year to November 2023. (Jono Searle/AAP PHOTOS)

More travellers and rising pressure on Brisbane's domestic and international airports has prompted the Queensland government to prioritise public transport amid a beleaguered contract preventing buses accessing the terminals.

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