With major construction now advancing at all of Cross River Rail’s main station sites and with works established at multiple locations within in the rail corridor, our work sites are evolving and changing on an almost weekly basis.
Piling is underway, and demolition works are occurring across the project worksites. Watch the video to see where the project is up to today,
At our Roma Street site, roadheader has been lowered into the access shaft and has already commenced tunnelling, as we begin excavation of the giant cavern that will ultimately form the new Roma Street underground station.
Five roadheaders will be used in total on the project and they will dig also the southern section Cross River Rail’s twin tunnels, running from Woolloongabba to Boggo Road.
2020 is a big year for Cross River Rail with the number of active work sites set to increase from eight to eighteen in just one year.
During this time we expect to complete demolition at both Albert Street and Roma Street while tunnelling will begin at Woolloongabba, large scale excavation will progress at Boggo Road and we will see work starting in earnest at both Exhibition Station to the north and at the project’s southern tunnel portal south of Boggo Road.
Scroll through the gallery below to see just how much is already changing at some of our larger worksite.
We can also notify you about current and upcoming work in specific areas: