Dutton Park station accessibility rebuild
Cross River Rail isn’t just upgrading Dutton Park station; we’re building a new station south of the existing station. The new station is being built to make Dutton Park an accessible station and create a better transport experience for all customers.
Works at Dutton Park will be delivered in two stages:
- Stage 1: Platform 1 closed for construction from Monday 28 November 2022 and Platform 2 will remain open
- Stage 2: Full station closure from early-mid 2023. The station is expected to reopen in mid-2024 once all works are complete
During Stage 1 the following activities will occur:
- Demolition of existing platform 1 and construction of a new raised platform 1 in the new location
- Utilities identification and relocation including trenching and installation of undertrack crossings
- Demolition of Platform 1 noise wall
- Construction and installation of a new platform 1 precast retaining wall and noise barrier
- Removal of overhead electrical masts.
*Works are subject to weather and construction conditions
To help customers reach their destination during the station closure, there will be alternative transport options. See below for our top travel tips.
Access during station closure
There will be pedestrian changes around the station during the works. Pedestrians and cyclists are advised to following the signs and guidance of traffic control to safely navigate through the area.
Customers will be provided advance notification of any changes to pedestrian access throughout construction.
During Stage 1, trains travelling towards Beenleigh will run express from Park Road to Yeronga station. This means that customers travelling from the city towards Beenleigh won’t be able to disembark at Dutton Park station.
Customers travelling towards the city can continue to use Dutton Park station platform 2 during this stage.
There will be alternative travel options to support you during the closure of platform 1:
Travelling to Dutton Park from the city:
- Disembark the train at Park Road station and transfer to a bus at Boggo Road busway station towards PA Hospital (StationLink route 109 and route 66).
Travelling from Dutton Park towards Beenleigh:
- Catch StationLink route 109 from PA Hospital busway station towards Rocklea station then:
- Disembark at Boggo Road busway station and transfer to a Beenleigh line train at Park Road station, from platform 1; or
- Stay on StationLink route 109, which stops all stations to Rocklea.
- Catch a train from platform 2 (towards the city), disembark at Park Road and transfer to a Beenleigh line train from platform 1.
There may be other local services that are better for you, so remember to plan ahead before you travel.
The easiest way to ensure you always have enough money to travel is to activate auto top-up, by linking your registered go card to your credit/debit card.
You can read more about the Dutton Park station accessibility rebuild process by using the link below: