Work is Underway on Brisbane’s new underground!

And while that means the whole of South East Queensland can start looking forward to more trains more often, right now it means changes to roads, footpaths and public transport services while we begin construction at multiple worksites around the city.

To find out what is happening at each location, use the menu below.

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  • From 30 September 2019, the Cross River Rail Tunnel and Stations contractor will close a section of Albert Street between Mary and Charlotte Streets to enable the safe construction of the new Albert Street Station.

    Cyclists will be asked to dismount when travelling through the area and cycle racks will be removed. While there will be temporary footpath and kerb changes, the road will remain open to pedestrians throughout construction and public transport users are not directly affected.

    Public transport and road users can use the links at the bottom of the page for assistance in journey planning.

    You can learn more at the Albert Street Construction page.

    From mid-September 2019, the Cross River Rail Tunnel and Stations contractor will establish a work site at Dutton Park in preparation for the start of major construction for Cross River Rail.

    At Boggo Road current disruption includes removal of car parking spaces and installation of site area fencing. Public transport users and pedestrians are not otherwise affected.

    Public transport and road users can use the links at the bottom of the page for assistance in journey planning.

    You can learn more at the Boggo Road Construction page.

    From Monday 9 September, the UNITY Alliance established a permanent work site off Gilchrist Avenue, Herston, in preparation for the start of construction of Cross River Rail. The new work site is located adjacent to the Inner City Bypass and Victoria Park.

    There are no current disruptions to public transport users, road users or pedestrians at this site.

    Public transport and road users can use the links at the bottom of the page for assistance in journey planning.

    You can learn more at the Exhibition Construction page.

    From late-September the Cross River Rail Tunnel and Stations contractor will begin to prepare the Roma Street site for demolition of the Brisbane Transit Centre and Hotel Jen, and for the start of major tunnel and station construction activities.

    At Roma Street establishment of the work site and installation of temporary fencing will remove access to a public area adjacent to Hotel Jen.

    Pedestrians and cyclists may experience potential delays or detours when travelling through the area. Public transport users, and road users are not otherwise affected.

    Secure parking located at 159 Roma Street (within Hotel Jen) is now permanently closed.

    Public transport and road users can use the links at the bottom of the page for assistance in journey planning.

    You can learn more at the Roma Street Construction page.

    From late-September the area between Vulture Street and Stanley Street in Woolloongabba, directly adjacent to the Woolloongabba Busway, will be established as a work site by the Cross River Rail Tunnel and Stations contractor. This location will become the staging area for the Tunnel Boring Machines (TBMs) and Roadheaders, and then later become the location of the new underground Woolloongabba station.

    At Woolloongabba there are no new disruptions to pedestrians, public transport users or road users.
    Truck movements at this site will alter over time as major contractors conduct works at this site.

    Public transport and road users can use the links at the bottom of the page for assistance in journey planning.

    You can learn more at the Woolloongabba Construction page.

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