Boggo Road Construction

This new underground station will see Boggo Road become South East Queensland’s second busiest transport interchange, with over 22,000 commuters using the new station each week day, by 2036.

A new station at Boggo Road will stimulate the growth of the existing health, science and education precinct which is already home to thousands of employees.

Steel construction work in the Boggo Road station box.

Southern area construction update - July & August 2022

Preparations are beginning at the station worksite for the arrival of the first precast concrete beams in late August, which will be used to build the internal mezzanine level. In the coming months, work to build the pedestrian and cycling bridge will increase as additional work areas are established either side of the rail corridor.

Map of Dutton Park works area.

Dutton Park station Construction update - July 2022

During July 2022, works will continue in the rail corridor installing overhead electrical mast foundations between Dutton Park station and Ensign Avenue, Fairfield. Works will continue on the demolition and removal of the buildings at 15 and 16 Cope Street.

Southern Area: Sewer and stormwater main relocation update

Southern Area: Sewer and stormwater main relocation update

From Monday 11 January 2021, work to relocate underground utility services will commence to enable construction of the Cross River Rail southern tunnel portal.

view of the Boggo Road looking towards the Brisbane CBD.

Works Notices

Access information on works notifications relating to construction at our Boggo Road sites.