World-class innovation precinct, specialising in health, science and education jobs of the future
Cross River Rail has the potential to unlock opportunities for further development at Boggo Road, helping the area continue to evolve as a world-class health, science and education precinct.
Transforming travel to, from and through Brisbane means high-frequency rail services for residents as well as the thousands of staff who work at the Ecosciences precinct, Princess Alexandra Hospital, and Translation Research Institute as well as visitors and students of Brisbane South State Secondary College.
A connected precinct linked to the city
A Transformational Health, Science and Education Precinct
Boggo Road will continue to grow as one of the world’s most critically acclaimed and commercially successful centres of health, science and education. An integrated, vibrant part of the city attracting talented minds motivated by improving human life through future focused bioscientific discovery.
Cross River Rail has the potential to unlock opportunities for new development of this inner-city area, stimulating the growth of the existing health, science and education precinct. High frequency rail services will enhance the area's development potential, helping to attract world-class researchers and entrepreneurs.
New pedestrian connections including a new shared pedestrian and cycle bridge linking the new Boggo Road station and Park Road station with the Princess Alexandra Hospital precinct and the South East Busway will see Boggo Road become South East Queensland’s second-busiest transport interchange, with more than 22,000 commuters expected to use the new Boggo Road station each week day
Boggo Road Station and Precinct Concepts
This video includes concept developments and designs which are not final or approved. Boggo Road station tour.
The video begins with an aerial view of Brisbane with the rail alignment highlighted, before zooming down to the Boggo Road precinct. Travel times to the stations either side of Boggo Road as well as walking and cycling routes to locations around the new station are shown.
The camera pans across the precinct, showcasing a proposed pedestrian bridge that would connect the Princess Alexandria Hospital to the Ecosciences precinct. The camera continues up Joe Baker Street and arrives outside the front of Boggo Road station.
A cutaway of Boggo Road station is shown which reveals how deep the station platform is below ground level. The camera flies through the train onto the platform and then up the escalators to the station entrance.
Exiting the station, the camera pans upwards outside the station and shows the full precinct with potential developments appearing, including new opportunities for the Ecosciences building, the hospital and a new secondary school.
Boggo Road Station Precinct Map
The new Boggo Road station will not only link passengers to the South East Busway, Park Road station and proposed Brisbane Metro services, it will transport staff to and from the health, science and education precinct, provide students with access to the new Inner City South State Secondary College, and benefit local residents with high-frequency connections to the new CBD stations.
Boggo Road Station Precinct Concept Images
Check where work has started, what's coming up and how it will impact you.
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Boggo Road and Southern Area construction update- April to May 2023
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Noble Street long term bus stop closure
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Updated Dutton Park station construction update - March 2023
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Updated Dutton Park station construction update - February 2023