Yeronga station accessibility rebuild update


Yeronga station is now open to customers. Construction activities will continue at the station until late-2022.

The new pedestrian overpass at the station will open to customers on Saturday 1 October, however access will be via stairs only.

Since Yeronga closed, a significant amount of work as taken place within the narrow rail corridor. Crews have demolished the existing station buildings, platforms and overpass over the rail corridor and Fairfield Road, rebuilt platforms 1 and 2, constructed a third platform, relocated in-ground services, constructed retaining walls, added new platform slabs, coping stone and tactile and constructed a new pedestrian overpass.

Cross River Rail would like to thank the community for their patience throughout the closure, and their continued patience while work continues, and station features come online throughout 2022.

Staged Reopening

Yeronga station is currently only accessible via stairs. If you require ramp or lift access, please continue to use Yeerongpilly station or StationLink bus route 109.

From 10 October, there will be no ticket office or amenities available at the station. Permanent ticketing machines will be available on platforms 1 and 2 for customers to purchase tickets and top up their go card.

The below image shows the infrastructure which will be completed by late 2022

Render of future Yeronga station

You can read more about the latest progress at Yeronga station by using the link below:

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