Yeronga station works and temporary traffic changes

During February and March 2020, the UNITY Alliance will continue work within the rail corridor between Fairfield and Yeronga stations as part of construction of the Cross River Rail project.

Works will involve a temporary single lane road closure on Lake Street and southbound lanes on Fairfield Road, adjacent to the rail corridor to prepare safe access and working areas for upcoming electrical mast foundation construction within the rail corridor. Access to properties will be maintained for residents and businesses during this work.

Details of work

The activities outlined below are scheduled to occur intermittently in February and March 2020. All works are planned to minimise impact to the public. Some work will occur outside the project’s normal working hours (6:30am – 6:30pm Monday to Saturday) but are timed to coincide with existing Queensland Rail corridor closures, as outlined below.

Outside of Hours Works – Sunday 9th February 9am-3pm

Service identification works will be occurring on the southbound footpath of Fairfield Road in proximity to Yeronga Station on Sunday 9 February 2020 between 9:00am to 3:00pm.

These are enabling works for the Fairfield / Yeronga rail possession on Saturday 15 to Monday 17 February 2020 and will assist to locate a watermain within the verge.

A single lane closure will be required on the southbound land of Fairfield Road.

  • Locations of upcoming works

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  • Date and hours of work

    • Between 1:00am Saturday 29 February and 4:00am Monday 2 March
    • Between 6:30am and 6:30pm Saturday 7 and Sunday 8 March

    Type of work

    • Removal of rail corridor fencing
    • Earthworks to construct a safe working platform for mast excavation
    • Electrical mast foundation works
    • Installation of temporary fencing
    • Single lane closure with traffic control.

    Date and hours of work

    Between 1:00am Saturday 29 February and 4:00am Monday 2 March.

    Type of work

    • Removal of rail corridor fencing
    • Earthworks to construct a safe working platform for mast excavation
    • Electrical mast foundation works
    • Installation of temporary fencing
    • Underground rock and soil investigations around station precincts
    • Southbound lane closure(s) with traffic control.

    Date and hours of work

    • Between 1:00am Saturday 15 February and 4:00am Monday 17 February
    • Between 1:00am Saturday 29 February and 4:00am Monday 2 March

    Type of work

    • Minor trimming of branches and vegetation
    • Survey and identification of utilities such as water, electricity and gas
    • Underground rock and soil investigations around station precincts
    • Electrical mast foundation works.

What to expect

During construction, you may notice some minor disruptions such as:

  • Increased levels of localised noise and dust from the use of machinery such as drill rigs, vacuum excavation trucks, concrete trucks, tip trucks and excavators
  • Increased construction vehicle movements on local roads and within the project corridor
  • Delivery of plant, materials and equipment to the project corridor.

Workers may arrive onsite one hour prior to the planned start time to prepare for the day’s activities. Every effort will be made to keep disruption to a minimum for nearby residents and businesses, this includes:

  • Maintaining access to residents’ properties
  • Keeping higher noise-generating activities to the earlier stages of night shifts wherever possible
  • Ensuring plant / equipment used has been maintained (including noise control devices)
  • Minimising light spill by directing light-generating plant and equipment away from residences
  • Conducting toolbox talks with work crews to remind them of out of hours work protocols (no unnecessary noise).

If you want to know more, all of this information is available in PDF form:

We appreciate your patience during the construction period and will continue to update you as work progresses.