A newly upgraded Exhibition Station will provide rail services all year round for one of Brisbane's fastest growing suburbs.Learn More
New High Capacity Stations
Cross River Rail is a second river crossing at the core of the rail network with capacity to run as many as 24 trains in each direction.
Not only does this enable increased frequency of trains across the whole of South East Queensland, a second rail path through the CBD will reduce congestion, increase network reliability and improve rail as a customer experience.
Explore the new Stations
Use the links below to learn more about each of the new stations that will be delivered as part of Cross River Rail.
With the addition of a new high-capacity underground station, Roma Street will become our State’s most significant transport interchange and Brisbane’s ‘Grand Central’, connecting passengers with the existing suburban bus and rail networks, as well as regional and interstate bus and train services.Learn More
The first CBD train station built in more than 120 years, Albert Street Station will dramatically improve connectivity to the southern part of the CBD.Learn More
The new underground station at Woolloongabba will provide passengers with high frequency services, as well as improved access to The Gabba Stadium and Woolloongabba’s local entertainment district.Learn More
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.Learn More
Seven stations on Brisbane's southside - Salisbury, Rocklea, Moorooka, Yerongpilly, Yeronga, Fairfield and Dutton Park - will be rebuilt as part of the Cross River Rail project.Learn More
The Cross River Rail Delivery Authority is continuing with planning and delivery of three new rail stations on the Gold Coast Line to help connect South East Queensland’s growing population. Stations are being planned for Pimpama, Hope Island and Merrimac.Learn More