Roma Street Construction

The new Cross River Rail underground station will see Roma Street become Brisbane’s most connected transport precinct.

A new underground station at Roma Street will link passengers with the existing suburban bus and rail networks, the Brisbane City Council Metro services, as well as regional and interstate bus and train services.

Hotel Jen demolition and acoustic shed

Hotel Jen demolition and acoustic shed

Current and upcoming activities

Roma Street station construction update - December 2020 to January 2021

Roma Street station construction update - December 2020 to January 2021

With demolition nearing completion, construction of the new Roma Street Station building is set to start soon. At the western end of the site, piling for the Services Building shaft is complete and excavation is now underway. Underground, the roadheaders continue to carve out the station cavern with about 80 linear metres now excavated.

Roma Street station entrance is moving

Roma Street station entrance is moving

From mid-December 2020, the Roma Street station entrance will move about 15 metres east (toward the city).

map of Roma Street station area with a grey scale indicating the areas that may be affected by the controlled blasting tests.

Controlled blasting at Roma Street

As part of the excavation of the underground station cavern and adits, the Cross River Rail Tunnel & Stations contractor will soon commence controlled blasting at the Roma Street site.

map of Roma Street busway showing how people can access the different platforms.

Roma Street busway reopening

From Monday 21 September, bus services will return to Platform 1 and 2 at Roma Street station.

aerial view of a busy construction site

Works notices

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Work Notices

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