This new underground station will see Boggo Road become South East Queensland’s second busiest transport interchange, with over 22,000 commuters using the new station each week day, by 2036.View Station
Boggo Road Station Precinct
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.
More trains, more often 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 to the future Inner City 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 between neighbouring Park Road train station, proposed Brisbane Metro and South East Busway to UQ and the CBD, 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 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.
Boggo Road | November 1, 2019View Notification [PDF, 334.53 KB] View Notification PDF 334.53 KB
Boggo Road station construction update - November 2019
Boggo Road, Dutton Park and Salisbury to Fairfield | October 25, 2019View Notification [PDF, 262.40 KB] View Notification PDF 262.40 KB
Site investigations between Fairfield station and Norman Creek
Boggo Road | September 26, 2019View Notification [PDF, 414.63 KB] View Notification PDF 414.63 KB
Joe Baker Street and Boggo Road - Parking and pedestrian changes
Boggo Road | September 10, 2019View Notification [PDF, 429.34 KB] View Notification PDF 429.34 KB
Boggo Road station site establishment