Yeronga station reopening
From Monday 14 March 2022, UNITY Alliance in collaboration with Queensland Rail and TransLink will reopen Yeronga station to train services.
When the station reopens, access to platforms 1 and 2 will be via temporary stairs while construction continues.
Thank you for your ongoing patience during the rebuild of Yeronga station.
When the station reopens, some facilities and infrastructure will be temporary, including the pedestrian overpass, lighting and CCTV. A temporary ticket office with a ticket machine and toilet facilities will be located on Lake Street for station customers. go card readers will be located on both platforms at the entry and exit points.
Upon opening, Yeronga station will only be accessible via stairs. If you require ramp or lift access, please continue to use Yeerongpilly station or StationLink bus route 109. Notification will be provided prior to the new overpass, lifts and ramps opening, which is expected to be in mid-2022.
Details of ongoing work
Construction will continue at Yeronga station with infrastructure opening in stages until late-2022. The following construction activities will continue between 6.30am and 6.30pm Monday to Saturday behind construction hoarding. Some activities will be completed outside of standard working hours during planned track closures and road closures:
- Continue construction of a new platform 3, including completion of the station building and facilities
- Installation of permanent station services, including CCTV, signage, lighting and ticket facilities
- Continue construction of the new pedestrian overpass with lifts and stairs on Lake Street and the Fairfield Road western footpath
- Construction of new car parking bays, bicycle shelter, footpaths, and landscaping on Lake Street
- Track and maintenance work between Yeronga and Fairfield stations.
UNITY Alliance will notify residents and businesses before out of hours works.
Yeronga station access and facilities guide
Fairfield station closure
Fairfield station will close on Monday 14 March until late-2022 as part of the Cross River Rail station rebuilds between Dutton Park and Salisbury. The station is being rebuilt to increase accessibility and create a better transport experience for all customers.
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