A Catalyst for Growth

Cross River Rail is much more than just a transport project, it is a city and region shaping investment that will trigger a wave of urban renewal opportunities.

Each Cross River Rail high-capacity station is situated within key inner-city growth areas and precincts at Boggo Road, Woolloongabba, Albert Street, Roma Street, and Exhibition will be significantly revitalised, helping Brisbane to continue to evolve as a world-class city.

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Albert Street Station - Concept image only. Not final or approved.

Albert Street Station Precinct

The first station to be built in Brisbane’s CBD in over 120 years, the new underground station at Albert Street will dramatically improve connectivity to the southern end of the CBD as well as providing close access to Elizabeth Street and the Queen Street Mall.

Boggo Road Station - Concept image only. Not final or approved.

Boggo Road Station Precinct

The station will integrate with existing public transport infrastructure to form part of South East Queensland’s second busiest public transport interchange. The new underground station at Boggo Road will stimulate growth of what is already a globally recognised health, science and education precinct.

Exhibition Station - Concept image only. Not final or approved.

Exhibition Station Precinct

At Exhibition, an upgraded station located between the RNA Showgrounds and the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, will provide year-round rail services to one of Brisbane’s fastest growing inner-city suburbs.

Roma Street Station - Concept image only. Not final or approved.

Roma Street Station Precinct

With the addition of a new underground station, Roma Street will become our State’s most significant transport interchange, and generate opportunities for urban renewal of one of Brisbane’s most under-utilised inner city precincts.

Woolloongabba Station - Concept image only. Not final or approved.

Woolloongabba Station Precinct

Just minutes from the CBD, the new Woolloongabba station will transform match day travel for fans attending events at The Gabba. It will also support new housing, offices and retail opportunities as well as new parks and open spaces.