South East Queensland’s population is rising, putting our transport network under pressure.

The current rail network is already nearing capacity and is constrained by a single river crossing and just four inner-city stations, causing the bottleneck that limits our ability to run more trains.

The Cross River Rail project unlocks this bottleneck by delivering a second river crossing, allowing more trains to run more often and enabling a turn-up-and-go public transport system across the entire region.

By integrating with roads and bus services the project enables a turn-up-and-go transport system for the whole of South East Queensland.

Project Overview

Stations & Route

Stations & Route

Station Precincts

Station Precincts

Construction

Construction

Project Benefits

Unlocking the Bottleneck

Unlocking the Bottleneck

Population Growth

Population Growth

Transport Integration

Transport Integration

People sitting at a business conference

Supporting our Economy

Map showing the regions in South East Queensland

For all of SEQ

Our Organisation and Project

Project Delivery

Project Delivery

Our People

Our People

Jobs & Contracts

Jobs & Contracts