Woden Interchange closed on 29 January 2023 for redevelopment as part of the Woden CiT project, with the tram-ready Woden Transport Interchange planned for completion by 2025.
The Interchange was one of the first purpose-built suburban bus interchanges in Australia when it opened on 4 December 1972. A major expansion occurred in the early 1980s to cater for increased services to Tuggeranong and to improve passenger and driver facilities. This extension opened on 6 December 1982 and increased the number of bus platforms from 15 single-bus bays to 17 mostly double-bus bays.
Further modifications have occurred throughout the years, mostly signage, lighting, CCTV and PA system upgrades. In 2016 the western end was remodelled with the old public toilet and snack bar block demolished and replaced with stairs and a lift to the Woden Town Square.
Images of Woden Interchange from the last 50 years:
Want to see more?
- Woden Interchange album on ACT Bus Photo Gallery
- Images ACT (ACT Heritage Library)
- Archives ACT on Flickr
This page was last updated on 30 January 2023