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The Multicultural Festival will be held between the 17th to 19th of February, 2017. London Cct will be closed between Akuna St and East Row from 10am on Friday 17th of February. This will result in bus stop closures, and service diversions for the 981 on the Friday.

Bus Stop 3004 (London Cct before Nangari St) and Bus Stop 3356 (London Cct outside Legislative Assembly) will not be serviced.

If you use these bus stops, please plan ahead and make alternative arrangements during these times.

The City Bus Station will not be affected during this time.

A campaign sponsored by Qcity Transit has been launched today by Senator for the ACT Zed Seselja to assist in creating vital awareness of Paediatric Brain Tumour Research and Funding across the wider Canberra and Queanbeyan regions.

Two buses with their bright ‘Dainere’s Rainbow’ themed advertisements will be used to draw attention to the special cause. The campaign will direct people to Dainere’s Rainbow Brain Tumour Research Fund which was created after Dainere Anthoney aged 16 of Gungahlin was diagnosed with a brain tumour on 24 March 2009 and passed away on 24 June 2013.

QCity Transit carries over 6,500 school children daily across our bus network. The buses will operate widely in the region down towards Cooma, up to Yass in the north, and throughout the Canberra and Queanbeyan region with school pickups, drop offs and inter peak charter.

Information about the fund and how you can donate can be found at www.daineresrainbow.com.auFacebook or Twitter.


Left to right, QCity Transit Depot Manager Mr Steve Bushby, Stephen Anthoney, Yvonne Anthoney and Senator Zed Seselja who launched the two buses at 11am on Monday 27 July 2015 at the QCity bus depot in Queanbeyan.