Yeronga station closure
Yeronga station will close from 19 April 2021 for approximately six (6) months as part of the Cross River Rail station rebuilds between Fairfield and Salisbury. The station is being rebuilt to increase accessibility and create a better transport experience for all customers.
Why is the closure of Yeronga station necessary?
- The station closure allows for the reconstruction of the existing platforms to occur more efficiently and safely
- Reduces the number of station and platform access changes for customers around active construction areas
- Shortens the overall construction duration by approximately twelve months
- Significantly less construction work will be required on weekends and night shifts.
Introducing route 109 – your StationLink
To support customers during the closure, new route 109 – StationLink – will be introduced, running between Moorooka and Boggo Road stations.
StationLink will service two new stops at Yeronga station, on Fairfield Road, as well as two existing stops near Ovendean Street.
You’ll be able to track StationLink in real time using the below resources
Visit the TransLink website for more information.
Parking and active travel
During the closure, some parking will still be available on Lake Street and the Yeronga station commuter car park on Fairfield Road will remain open for people wishing to catch StationLink, cycle, or walk to a neighbouring station.
The closest stations to Yeronga are Fairfield station towards the City (approximately 8 minute cycle, 20 minute walk) or Yeerongpilly station towards Beenleigh (approximately 3 minute cycle, 13 minute walk).
Frequency/span of hours
StationLink will match the current Beenleigh line timetable as close as possible, with a similar span of hours and level of service.
- Monday to Friday:
- From first service to 6:00am, there will be a StationLink every 30 minutes
- From 6:00am to 7.30pm, there will be a StationLink every 15 mins or better
- From 7.30pm to last service, there will be a StationLink every 30 minutes
- Saturday: From first service to 12.50am, there will be a StationLink every 30 minutes
- Sunday: From first service to 10.50pm, there will be a StationLink every 30 minutes.
Span of hours
Moorooka train station
- From Monday to Friday, services will run from 5:05am until 1:37am
- On Saturdays, services will run from 6:07am until 1:37am
- On Sundays and public holidays, services will run from 6:07am until 11:37pm
Boggo Road busway station
- From Monday to Friday, services will run from 4:22am until 12:52am
- On Saturdays, services will run from 5:22am until 12:52am
- On Sundays and public holidays, services will run from 5:22am until 10:52pm
Description of the works being undertaken
During the six (6) month closure of the station, the following works will occur, weather and construction conditions permitting:
- Reconstruction of platform 1 and 2 to improve accessibility
- Relocation of in-ground services, construction of new platform retaining walls, installation of new shade canopies and installation of new station furniture (seating, bins etc)
- Installation of temporary services including CCTV, wayfinding, signage, lighting and ticketing
- Installation of temporary pedestrian overpass with stair access to platforms 1 and 2.
During the station closure, pedestrian access will still be maintained over the rail corridor between Lake Street and Fairfield Road via a temporary overpass. Pedestrians will not be able to access the platforms or construction area during the closure.
What to expect
During these works you may notice some intermittent disruptions such as:
- Temporary traffic changes on Fairfield Road. Traffic control will be in place to assist motorists
- Light vehicles, trucks and machinery including excavators, frontend loaders, mobile cranes, vacuum trucks, small power tools, drills, saws, minor vibrating equipment and mobile lighting towers to light work areas at night
- Changes around your local area such as construction vehicles, traffic management signs and personnel
- Some noise, vibration and dust associated with the use of heavy machinery and equipment
- Placement of temporary fencing around construction areas.
Regular monthly construction updates will be letterbox dropped to nearby residents and businesses during the closure. Subscribing to receive Project Updates and information on construction works is a convenient way to keep up to date with the project and work happening in your area. To subscribe, simply visit the Cross River Rail website and look for the subscription area at the bottom of every page.
Regular monthly construction updates will be letterbox dropped to nearby residents and businesses during the closure.