Swinden Street light rail station

Swinden Street is a light rail station in Australia on the Canberra Metro R1 Civic to Gungahlin line, located on Northbourne Avenue at the intersection of Swinden Street, opposite the Lyneham sports complex. The station serves the suburbs of Lyneham and Downer, with a small dedicated park and ride that opened in December 2020.[1] Bicycle racks are also provided for commuters adjacent to the station.[2]

Canberra Metro station

Swinden Street
Location Northbourne Avenue, Downer/Lyneham


Operated by Transport Canberra
Line(s)     R1
Platforms 1 (island)
Tracks 2
Structure type Ground
Parking Yes
Bicycle facilities Yes
Disabled access Yes
Opened 16 September 2021
Electrified Yes
Preceding station Canberra Metro Following station
Phillip Avenue

R1 Dickson Interchange

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All services in both directions stop at the station. Although the station is not a major interchange, transfer to local ACTION bus route 18 is possible here.[3]

Line Destinations Notes
R1 Alinga Street
R1 EPIC and Racecourse*, Gungahlin Place *Limited peak hours services only
Local services
Light rail
Long-distance services

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