Work is underway on Brisbane’s new underground!

Cross River Rail will transform how we travel to, from and through Brisbane in the future.

And while that means the whole of South East Queensland can start looking forward to the benefits of Cross River Rail, right now it means changes to roads, footpaths and public transport services.

To find out what is currently happening now, follow the links below.

Construction works at Albert Street Lot 2

New or recently announced disruptions

Keep informed and plan your travel options for any new or recently announced major disruptions listed below:

  • Disruptions by location

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    • Due to multiple construction sites in the Albert Street precinct area, Charlotte, Mary and George streets are experiencing congestion during peak hours. Commuters need to be aware of changes and understand how their travel may be affected before they travel.
    • Albert Street between Mary and Elizabeth Streets is now closed to general traffic.
    • Intermittent lane closures on Mary and Charlotte Streets near the construction site.
    • Road users can use the links at the bottom of the page for assistance in journey planning.
    • Due to the closure of Mary Street footpath adjacent to the construction site, a new pedestrian crossing is availble to enable continued connectivity.
    • There are intermittent detours and delays along Albert, Mary and Charlotte streets. Pedestrians are to follow signage and direction of traffic control to safely navigate through the area.
    • Cyclists and rideable users will be asked to dismount when travelling through the area and cycle racks will be removed.
    • Temporary intermittent road closures on Joe Baker Street and Boggo Road.
    • Boggo Road, in front of the Ecosciences precinct, and Joe Baker Street are temporarily one way for traffic and a 40km/hr zone.
    • Road users can use the links at the bottom of the page for assistance in journey planning.
    • The footpath on Joe Baker Street adjacent to the construction site is now closed. Diversions are in place, pedestrians are to follow the signs to safely navigate through the area.
    • Intermittent night time lane closures on Fairfield Road near Clapham Yard in Yeerongpilly will continue through until the end of September.
    • Until the end of September there will be a footpath closure on the eastern side of Fairfield Road between Palomar Road and Sherwood Road. Pedestrian access is via the western side of Fairfield Road between Palomar Road and Sherwood Road.
    • From 6am Monday 25 July, Kent Street will be closed for approximately one month. Access will be maintained for local stakeholders under the guidance of traffic control.
    • From 6am Monday 25 July, Kent Street will be closed for approximately one month. Pedestrian access will be maintained during the closure.
    • From 6am Monday 25 July, Kent Street will be closed for approximately one month. Cyclist access will be maintained during the closure.
    • There is no on-street parking on Cope Street between 6am and 6pm daily until early September.

    Road users should seek alternative parking and follow direction of signage and traffic control in the area.

    • Between 8pm and 4am during August, there will be intermittent full closures of Mildmay Street / Ashby Street between Lanyard Street and Southall Street, and Equity Street between Cronin Street and Dudley Street. Access will be maintained to properties located within the road closure extents under traffic control guidance.
    • Between 10pm and 4am on Tuesday 23 and Wednesday 24 August, there will be temporary full road closures on Mildmay and Ashby Streets between Lanyard Street and across from Fanny Street; and Equity Street between Cronin and Clive streets.
    • Intermittent single lane closures and changes to street parking on Equity Street and Mildmay Street will continue through until the end of August.

    Road users should reroute their journey to avoid delays and follow direction of signage and traffic control to safely navigate the area.

    • Fairfield station is now closed until late-2022. The station is being rebuilt to increase accessibility and create a better transport experience for all customers. Completion dates are indicative.

      There are plenty of other travel options to support you during the closure.

      • If you travel from the Fairfield Road side of the station, you could use the high frequency StationLink route 109 (with stops on Fairfield Road near Ashby Street) or route 196 (departing from Fairfield Gardens Shopping Complex).
      • If you travel from the Annerley side of Fairfield station, you could use high frequency bus services, such as route 100, on Ipswich Road. If you want to continue travelling by train, Yeronga station is open to customers.
      • If you need an accessible station, Yeerongpilly station is the closest station with lift access.

    Rail passengers should use the links at the bottom of the page to help plan their journey.

    Learn everything you need to know at the dedicated closure page.

    • During August, there will be car park changes at Shorncliffe, Deagon and North Boondall stations. See local signage for details.
    • Until the end of 2022, there will be temporary closure of access into Bedford Road from the Old Pacific Highway. Driveway access for residents along Old Pacific Highway will be maintained during these works.
    • Rocklea station will close from 12 September until late 2023 as part of Cross River Rail’s station upgrade program. Learn everything you need to know here.

      There are plenty of other travel options to support you during the closure.

    • StationLink route 109 is an accessible, high frequency bus service which will operate between Rocklea station and the PA Hospital busway station. The StationLink stop at Rocklea will be in front of the station on Brooke Street.
    • If you live on the eastern side of the station, routes 598 and 599 from Muriel Avenue provide a connection every 30 minutes to and from Salisbury station, and to other local suburbs.
    • If you would like to continue travelling by train, Salisbury and Moorooka stations remain open to customers, with plenty of space in the western car park at Salisbury station.
    • If you need an accessible station, Yeerongpilly and Coopers Plains are the closest stations with lift access.

    Rail passengers should use the links at the bottom of the page to help plan their journey.

    • Rocklea Station will close from 12 September 2022 until late 2023. The pedestrian bridge and footpath over the rail corridor between Brooke Street and Railway Parade will be closed for the duration of the station closure. Pedestrian access between Railway Parade and Brooke Street will be via Heaton Street (under Beaudesert Road).
    • Pedestrians will not be able to access the station platforms or construction area during the closure.
    • Between 6:30pm and 6:30am intermittently during August 2022, some commuter car park spaces at Rocklea station will be temporarily unavailable.
    • Rocklea station will close from 12 September 2022 until late 2023. There will be limited parking available on Brooke Street during the closure, and the Rocklea park ’n’ ride will be closed throughout construction.
    • There are temporary intermittent changes on Roma Street. Road users are to follow the signs and direction of traffic control to navigate safely through the precinct.
    • Road users can use the links at the bottom of the page for assistance in journey planning.
    • There are intermittent detours in place on Roma Street. Pedestrians are to follow the signs to safely navigate through the area.
    • Between 9.30pm and last train on Tuesday 23 August, buses will replace trains between Kuraby and Park Road on Beenleigh and Gold Coast lines. The Gold Coast line will terminate at Kuraby.
    • Between 9.30pm until last train on Wednesday 24 August:
      • Buses will replace trains between Yeerongpilly and Roma Street stations on the Beenleigh line
      • Buses will replace trains between Cannon Hill and Roma Street stations on the Cleveland line
      • Gold Coast line will run express from Altandi to Roma Street station, via the Tennyson line
    • There are intermittent detours in place around the Woolloongabba worksite. Pedestrians are to follow the signs to safely navigate through the area.
    • The southern Vulture Street footpath is closed to pedestrians, with a detour provided on the northern footpath.
    • There are intermittent single lane closures on Fairfield Road between Kadumba Street and Ovendean Street.
    • Cowper Street access at Fairfield Road is closed until late-2022. Businesses on the corner of Cowper Street and Fairfield Road can be accessed via Shottery Street.

    Road users should reroute their journey, and follow direction of traffic control and signage to safely navigate the area.

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