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Cross River Rail is a second rail path under the Brisbane CBD with four new underground stations at Boggo Road, Woolloongbba, Albert Street and Roma Street. It will make journeys to and from Brisbane quicker, and easier for all of us.

What is your most common reason for travelling to, from or through Brisbane?

There will be track closures and travel changes on the Beenleigh and Gold Coast lines from
Monday 8 to Sunday 14 April to allow for crucial Cross River Rail works and Queensland Rail maintenance.

There’ll be plenty of alternative transport options available including express and all stop railbus services. Some lines will operate to a special timetable.

If you’re travelling on affected lines during this time, we encourage you to consider your travel options, allow extra travel time and plan ahead by visiting the Translink website or by calling 13 12 30.

All services will return to a regular timetable from first service Monday 15 April.

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    Airport line

    Airport line trains will terminate at Roma Street station.

    If you’re travelling to South Bank, South Brisbane or Park Road stations please transfer to a Park Road or Cleveland service at Roma Street station to continue your journey.

    If you’re travelling beyond Park Road, transfer to a railbus to continue your journey.

    Express railbuses will be available between Eagle Junction and Banoon station.

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    Beenleigh and Gold Coast lines

    Beenleigh and Gold Coast line trains will be a combined service running all stops between Varsity Lakes and Banoon stations. This service will run to a special timetable.

    There will be no express train.

    Buses will replace trains between Banoon and Roma Street stations.

    Express buses will operate between Banoon and Roma Street and Eagle Junction to get you to and from the city and the airport.

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    Doomben line

    Doomben line trains will terminate at Roma Street station.

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    Ferny Grove line

    Ferny Grove line trains will terminate at Park Road station.

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    For more specific train times or assistance planning your journey, head to the Translink journey planner.

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    Airport line

    Airport line trains will terminate at Roma Street station.

    If you’re travelling to South Bank, South Brisbane or Park Road stations please transfer to a Park Road or Cleveland service at Roma Street station to continue your journey.

    If you’re travelling beyond Park Road, transfer to a railbus to continue your journey.

    Express railbuses will be available between Eagle Junction and Banoon station.

    Beenleigh and Gold Coast lines
    Beenleigh and Gold Coast lines

    Beenleigh and Gold Coast line trains will be a combined service running all stops between Varsity Lakes and Banoon stations. This service will run to a special timetable.

    There will be no express train.

    Buses will replace trains between Banoon and Roma Street stations.

    Express buses will operate between Banoon and Roma Street and Eagle Junction to get you to and from the city and the airport.

    On Sunday between 4am and 9am, railbuses R584 and R591 will run express between Dutton Park and Roma Street due to road and busway closures as a result of the Tour de Brisbane cycle event.

    Railbus stops at Dutton Park station will be relocated to Cornwall Street during the Tour de Brisbane.

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    Doomben line - Saturday only

    Doomben line trains will terminate at Roma Street station.

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    Ferny Grove line

    Ferny Grove line trains will terminate at Roma Street station.

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    Shorncliffe line

    Shorncliffe line trains will run between Roma Street and Northgate stations.

    Buses will replace trains between Northgate and Shorncliffe stations.

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    For more specific train times or assistance planning your journey, head to the Translink journey planner.

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Since you travel by bicycle or walk past the Moorooka/Clapham Yard worksite, you may be impacted by some disruptions.

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Throughout construction there will be temporary intermittent changes to roads surrounding the Moorooka station and Clapham Yard construction site.

Pedestrians and cyclists are to follow signage and direction of traffic control to safely navigate through the area where required.

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Since you travel by bus, passing the Yeerongpilly worksite, you may be impacted by some disruptions.

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Yeerongpilly station is now closed until late 2024 for major construction.

Throughout the station closure bus stops 004881 and 013058 on Wilkie Street will be temporarily closed with a temporary bus stop available on Green Street.

StationLink Route 109 bus stops are located on Park Road TAFE stop 22 (near Dublin Street).

Customers are encouraged to plan ahead and check Translink journey planner before they travel.

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Since you travel by car, passing the Yeerongpilly worksite, you may be impacted by some disruptions.

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Yeerongpilly station is now closed until late 2024 for major construction. Construction at our Yeerongpilly station worksite requires intermittent temporary changes to surrounding roads.

From Monday 18 September 2023, Yeerongpilly station will close to allow major works to commence. The station kiss ‘n’ ride and car park on Wilkie Street will also be closed throughout construction.

Road users should reroute their journey, and follow direction of traffic control and signage to safely navigate the area.

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Since you travel by bicycle or walk, passing the Yeerongpilly worksite, you may be impacted by some disruptions.

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Yeerongpilly station is now closed until late 2024 for major construction. Construction at our Yeerongpilly worksite requires temporary changes to footpaths surrounding the site.

The Yeerongpilly station pedestrian overpass will remain open during construction, though temporary closures of either stairs or lifts (not at the same time) may be required periodically. Advance notification will be provided prior to temporary stair or lift closures.

To check for changes to footpaths or cycleways caused by construction of Cross River Rail, head to the Cross River Rail disruptions map.

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Since you travel by train on the Ipswich/Rosewood or Springfield lines, you may be impacted by construction from time to time.

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Cross River Rail will transform the way we travel across the whole of south east Queensland. But building Cross River Rail means changes to travel on the Ipswich/Rosewood and Springfield lines.

During construction of this transformative project, there will be disruptions to train services including track closures, station closures, and route diversions. While we will make every effort to lessen the impact to your journey, unfortunately some disruptions are unavoidable.

For more specific train times or assistance planning your journey, head to the journey planner.

For other disruptions check the Cross River Rail disruptions map.

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Since you travel by train on the Nambour/Caboolture line, you may be impacted by construction from time to time

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Cross River Rail will transform the way we travel across the whole of south east Queensland. But building Cross River Rail means changes to travel on the Nambour/Caboolture line.

During construction of this transformative project, there will be disruptions to train services including track closures, station closures, and route diversions. While we will make every effort to lessen the impact to your journey, unfortunately some disruptions are unavoidable.

For more specific train times or assistance planning your journey, head to the TransLink journey planner.

For other disruptions check the Cross River Rail disruptions map.

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Since you travel by bicycle or walk, passing the Rocklea worksite, you may be impacted by some disruptions.

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Construction at our Rocklea worksite requires temporary changes to footpaths and bikeways surrounding the site.

Rocklea station is now closed until mid-2024. Learn everything you need to know here.

The pedestrian bridge and footpath over the rail corridor between Brooke Street and Railway Parade is closed for the duration of the station closure. Pedestrian access between Railway Parade and Brooke Street will be via Heaton Street (under Beaudesert Road).

Pedestrians will not be able to access the station platforms or construction area during the closure.

To check for changes to footpaths or cycleways caused by construction of Cross River Rail, head to the Cross River Rail disruptions map.

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Since you travel by bus, passing the Rocklea worksite, you may be impacted by some disruptions.

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Construction at our Rocklea station worksite will require intermittent temporary changes to surrounding roads.

Rocklea station is now closed until mid-2024 as part of Cross River Rail’s station upgrade program. Learn everything you need to know here.

The Rocklea park ’n’ ride is closed throughout construction and there is limited street parking available.

To plan your journey by road, use the QLDTraffic or TransLink Journey Planner resources by clicking the links below.

For all other construction disruption, refer to the Cross River Rail Disruptions map.

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Since you travel by car, passing the Rocklea worksite, you may be impacted by some disruptions.

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Construction at our Rocklea station worksite will require intermittent temporary changes to surrounding roads.

Rocklea station is now closed until mid-2024 as part of Cross River Rail’s station upgrade program. Learn everything you need to know here.

There will be intermittent temporary changes to surrounding roads throughout the duration of construction.

To plan your journey by road, use the QLDTraffic or TransLink Journey Planner resources by clicking the links below.

For all other construction disruption, refer to the Cross River Rail Disruptions map.

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Since you travel by bicycle or walk, passing the Pimpama worksite, you may be impacted by some disruptions.

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Construction at our Pimpama work site sometimes requires intermittent and temporary changes to surrounding roads.

The Mebbin Street footpath on the northern side (closest to the station worksite) will be closed until September 2024.

To plan your journey by road, use the QLDTraffic or TransLink Journey Planner resources by clicking the links below

For all other construction disruption, refer to the Cross River Rail Disruptions map.

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Since you travel by car, passing the Pimpama worksite, you may be impacted by some disruptions.

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There will be intermittent temporary changes to surrounding roads throughout the duration of construction.

Bedford Road will remain partially closed for the duration of the Pimpama Station Early Works to enable a safe environment for workers and motorists due to the removal of turning lanes and reduced lane widths on the Old Pacific Highway.

To plan your journey by road, use the QLDTraffic or TransLink Journey Planner resources by clicking the links below

For all other construction disruption, refer to the Cross River Rail Disruptions map.

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Since you travel by bicycle or walk, passing the Dutton Park worksite, you may be impacted by some disruptions.

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Throughout construction there will be temporary intermittent changes to footpaths surrounding the construction site.

Pedestrians and cyclists are to follow signage and direction of traffic control to safely navigate through the area where required.

To check for changes to footpaths or cycleways caused by construction of Cross River Rail, head to the Cross River Rail disruptions map.

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Since you travel by bus, passing the Dutton Park worksite, you may be impacted by some disruptions.

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Construction at our Dutton Park work site sometimes require intermittent temporary changes to surrounding roads.

Dutton Park station is now closed for major construction. There are alternative travel options available for customers during the closure. Learn everything you need to know here.

The Noble Street bus stop 13a is closed until late-2024. Customers are to use alternative stops on Noble Street or Annerley Road, both approximately 250 metres from stop 13a.

Learn everything you need to know here.
To plan your journey by road, use the QLDTraffic or TransLink Journey Planner resources by clicking the links below

For all other construction disruption, refer to the Cross River Rail Disruptions map.

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Since you travel by car, passing the Dutton Park worksite, you may be impacted by some disruptions.

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Construction at our Dutton Park work site sometimes require intermittent temporary changes to surrounding roads.

Throughout construction there will be temporary intermittent changes to roads surrounding the construction site.

The right turn lane from Annerley Road northbound into Cornwall Street will be temporarily closed for six months. Motorists are advised to following traffic control and signage to safely navigate through the area.

To plan your journey by road, use the QLDTraffic or TransLink Journey Planner resources by clicking the links below

For all other construction disruption, refer to the Cross River Rail Disruptions map.

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If you travel to, from or through Brisbane for study, there is plenty to look forward to once the Cross River Rail line is in operation.

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Students will have more travel options to UQ St Lucia with the new underground Boggo Road train station providing a connection to Boggo Road busway station and new Brisbane Metro services. A new underground train station at Albert Street will also provide fast access to QUT’s Gardens Point Campus.

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If you travel to, from or through Brisbane for health matters, Cross River Rail will help you get to where you need to be with greater ease.

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Health workers and patients travelling by train will be able to save up to 10 minutes travel time to RBWH. Train customers currently walk up to 15 minutes from either Bowen Hills or Fortitude Valley train stations or spend just as much time hunting for a park. The new Exhibition station will be just a little over 5 minutes’ walk away.

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If you travel to, from or through Brisbane for shopping, dining and leisure, there is plenty to look forward to once the Cross River Rail line is in operation.

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Shoppers, diners, and day trippers travelling by train could save up to 10 minutes heading to Queen Street Mall, Eagle Street Pier or pretty much anywhere in the central CBD, thanks to a new underground train station located at the corner of Albert and Mary Streets, that will also have an exit onto Elizabeth Street.

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If you travel to, from or through Brisbane for attending live sports, there is plenty to look forward to once the Cross River Rail line is in operation.

icon representing your choice Easy access to the best sports venues across Brisbane

Sports fans travelling by train from the city or Brisbane’s north could save up to 20 minutes travel time with a new underground train station located right next to the Gabba. A new underground station at Roma Street will also help better connect sports fans to Suncorp Stadium.

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If you travel to, from or through Brisbane for commuting for work, there is plenty to look forward to once the Cross River Rail line is in operation.

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Commuters travelling by train and heading to the southern end of Brisbane’s CBD towards the Botanic Gardens, could save as much as 15 minutes without the need to drive in slow, inner-city traffic, park in the CBD or walk up to 25 minutes from existing train stations

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Not sure if you pass by any Cross River Rail worksites? No worries! Check out the Cross River Rail Disruptions map to check where the worksites are and to view upcoming travel and construction updates.

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Since you travel by bicycle or walk, passing the Fairfield worksite, you may be impacted by some disruptions.

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Major construction at Fairfield station is now complete, with minor finishing works continuing at the station.

Fairfield station is accessible by three new lifts. Customers can use the lifts to access station platforms 1 and 2.

Pedestrians are to follow signage and direction of traffic control to safely navigate through the area where required.

To check for changes to footpaths or cycleways caused by construction of Cross River Rail, head to the Cross River Rail disruptions map.

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Since you travel by bicycle or walk, passing the Yeronga worksite, you may be impacted by some disruptions.

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Construction at our Yeronga station worksite requires temporary changes to footpaths and bikeways surrounding the site.

To plan your journey by road, use the QLDTraffic or TransLink Journey Planner resources by clicking the links below

For all other construction disruption, refer to the Cross River Rail Disruptions map.

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Since you travel by bicycle or walk, passing the Northern Portal (Normanby) worksite, you may be impacted by some disruptions.

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Construction at our Northern Portal worksite requires temporary changes to footpaths and bikeways surrounding the site.

To check for changes to footpaths or cycleways caused by construction of Cross River Rail, head to the Cross River Rail disruptions map.

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Since you travel by bicycle or walk, passing the Exhibition worksite, you may be impacted by some disruptions.

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Construction at our Exhibition worksite requires temporary changes to footpaths and bikeways surrounding the sites.

To check for changes to footpaths or cycleways caused by construction of Cross River Rail, head to the Cross River Rail disruptions map.

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Since you travel by bicycle or walk, passing the Roma Street worksite, you may be impacted by some disruptions.

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Construction at our Roma Street worksite requires temporary changes to footpaths and bikeways surrounding the sites.

Throughout construction there will be temporary intermittent detours in place on Roma Street Pedestrians and cyclists are to follow the signs to safely navigate through the area.

Access to train platforms, busway platform 2 and the Coach Terminal is via the new main station entrance near Makerston Street. Access to busway platform 1 remains 100m east towards the city.

To check for changes to footpaths or cycleways caused by construction of Cross River Rail, head to the Cross River Rail disruptions map.

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Since you travel by bicycle or walk, passing the Albert Street worksite, you may be impacted by some disruptions.

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Construction at our Albert Street work sites require temporary changes to footpaths surrounding the sites.

Throughout construction there will be temporary detours in place along Albert, Mary and Charlotte streets. Pedestrians and cyclists are to follow signage and direction of traffic control to safely navigate through the area.

Cyclists and rideable users will be asked to dismount when travelling through the area.

To check for changes to footpaths or cycleways caused by construction of Cross River Rail, head to the Cross River Rail disruptions map.

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Since you travel by bicycle or walk, passing the Woolloongabba worksite, you may be impacted by some disruptions.

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There are intermittent detours in place around the Woolloongabba worksite. Pedestrians and cyclists are to follow the signs to safely navigate through the area.

From Monday 25 September 2023, the footpath between Main Street and Woolloongabba station platform 2 will be temporarily closed. Access to platform 2 will be via Stanley Street and the pedestrian overpass which has both lifts and stairs.

The southern Vulture Street and Leopard Street footpath is closed to pedestrians, with a detour provided on the northern footpath.

There is currently temporary traffic changes on Gibbon Street and Stanley Street service road. The Stanley Street shared user path will remain open during these works. Pedestrians and cyclists are to follow instructions of traffic control to safely navigate through the area.

There will be temporary intermittent night time changes on the western Main Street footpath. Pedestrians and cyclists are to follow the direction of traffic control and signage.

To check for changes to footpaths or cycleways caused by construction of Cross River Rail, head to the Cross River Rail disruptions map.

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Since you travel by bicycle or walk, passing the Boggo Road / Southern Portal worksite, you may be impacted by some disruptions.

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Construction at our Boggo Road and Southern Portal worksites requires temporary changes to footpaths and bikeways surrounding the sites.

The footpath on Joe Baker Street adjacent to the construction site is closed. Diversions are in place and pedestrians are to follow the signs to safely navigate through the area.

To check for changes to footpaths or cycleways caused by construction of Cross River Rail, head to the Cross River Rail disruptions map.

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Not sure if you pass by any Cross River Rail worksites? No worries! Check out the Cross River Rail Disruptions map to check where the worksites are and to view upcoming travel and construction updates.

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Since you travel by bus, passing the Fairfield worksite, you may be impacted by some disruptions.

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Major construction at Fairfield station is now complete, with minor finishing works continuing at the station.

From Monday 19 June 2023 until late 2024, there will be temporary changes to some morning and afternoon peak services at Fairfield station.

To plan your journey by road, use the QLDTraffic or TransLink Journey Planner resources by clicking the links below.

For all other construction disruption, refer to the Cross River Rail Disruptions map.

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Since you travel by bus, passing the Yeronga worksite, you may be impacted by some disruptions.

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Yeronga station is open to customers. Learn everything you need to know at the dedicated reopening page.

StationLink Route 109 bus stops are located on Park Road TAFE stop 22 (near Dublin Street).

From Monday 19 June 2023, there will be temporary changes to morning and afternoon peak services at Yeronga station.

Customers are encouraged to plan ahead and check Translink journey planner before they travel.

For all other construction disruption, refer to the Cross River Rail Disruptions map.

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Since you travel by bus, passing the Moorooka/Clapham Yard worksite, you may be impacted by some disruptions.

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Construction at our Moorooka station and Clapham Yard work site will require intermittent temporary changes to surrounding roads, including an increase in construction vehicles.

To plan your journey by road, use the QLDTraffic or TransLink Journey Planner resources by clicking the links below

For all other construction disruption, refer to the Cross River Rail Disruptions map.

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Since you travel by bus, passing the Mayne Yard worksite, you may be impacted by some disruptions.

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Construction at our Mayne Yard worksite will require intermittent temporary changes to surrounding roads.

To plan your journey by road, use the QLDTraffic or TransLink Journey Planner resources by clicking the links below

For all other construction disruption, refer to the Cross River Rail Disruptions map.

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Since you travel by bus, passing the Northern Portal (Normanby) worksite, you may be impacted by some disruptions.

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Construction at our Northern Portal work site requires temporary changes to surrounding roads.

To plan your journey by road, use the QLDTraffic or TransLink Journey Planner resources by clicking the links below

For all other construction disruption, refer to the Cross River Rail Disruptions map.

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Since you travel by bus, passing the Exhibition worksite, you may be impacted by some disruptions.

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Construction at our Exhibition work site sometimes require intermittent temporary changes to surrounding roads.

To plan your journey by road, use the QLDTraffic or TransLink Journey Planner resources by clicking the links below

For all other construction disruption, refer to the Cross River Rail Disruptions map.

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Since you travel by bus, passing the Roma Street worksite, you may be impacted by some disruptions.

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Construction at our Roma Street worksite sometimes requires intermittent temporary changes to surrounding roads.

Access to train platforms, busway platform 2 and the Coach Terminal is via the new main station entrance near Makerston Street. Access to busway platform 1 remains 100m east towards the city.

To plan your journey by road, use the QLDTraffic or TransLink Journey Planner resources by clicking the links below

For all other construction disruption, refer to the Cross River Rail Disruptions map.

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Since you travel by bus, passing the Albert Street worksite, you may be impacted by some disruptions.

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Construction at our Albert Street work sites sometimes requires temporary changes to surrounding roads.

Albert Street is also now permanently closed between Mary and Elizabeth Streets.

To plan your journey by road, use the QLDTraffic or TransLink Journey Planner resources by clicking the links below

For all other construction disruption, refer to the Cross River Rail Disruptions map.

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Since you travel by bus, passing the Woolloongabba worksite, you may be impacted by some disruptions.

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Construction at our Woolloongabba work site sometimes requires intermittent and temporary changes to surrounding roads.

The footpath between Main Street and Woolloongabba station platform 2 is temporarily closed.

Access to platform 2 will be via Stanley Street and the pedestrian overpass which has both lifts and stairs.

This change is required to facilitate critical utility and construction work as part of the new Woolloongabba station and will be in place until mid-2024.

To plan your journey by road, use the QLDTraffic or TransLink Journey Planner resources by clicking the links below

For all other construction disruption, refer to the Cross River Rail Disruptions map.

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Since you travel by bus, passing the Boggo Road / Southern Portal worksite, you may be impacted by some disruptions.

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Construction at our Boggo Road and Southern Portal works sites sometimes requires temporary changes to surrounding roads.

There are currently temporary changes to Boggo Road, Joe Baker Street, Peter Doherty and Kent streets.

To plan your journey by road, use the QLDTraffic or TransLink Journey Planner resources by clicking the links below

For all other construction disruption, refer to the Cross River Rail Disruptions map.

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Since you travel by car, passing the Moorooka/Clapham Yard worksite, you may be impacted by some disruptions.

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Throughout construction there will be temporary intermittent changes to roads surrounding the construction site.

To plan your journey by road, use the QLDTraffic or TransLink Journey Planner resources by clicking the links below

For all other construction disruption, refer to the Cross River Rail Disruptions map.

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Since you travel by car, passing the Mayne Yard worksite, you may be impacted by some disruptions.

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Construction at our Mayne Yard worksite will require intermittent temporary changes to surrounding roads.

To plan your journey by road, use the QLDTraffic or TransLink Journey Planner resources by clicking the links below

For all other construction disruption, refer to the Cross River Rail Disruptions map.

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Not sure if you pass by any Cross River Rail worksites? No worries! Check out the Cross River Rail Disruptions map to check where the worksites are and to view upcoming travel and construction updates.

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Since you travel by car, passing the Fairfield worksite, you may be impacted by some disruptions.

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Major construction at Fairfield station is now complete, with minor finishing works continuing at the station.

To plan your journey by road, use the QLDTraffic or TransLink Journey Planner resources by clicking the links below

For all other construction disruption, refer to the Cross River Rail Disruptions map.

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Since you travel by car, passing the Yeronga worksite, you may be impacted by some disruptions.

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To plan your journey by road, use the QLDTraffic or TransLink Journey Planner resources by clicking the links below

For all other construction disruption, refer to the Cross River Rail Disruptions map.

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Since you travel by car, passing the Northern Portal (Normanby) worksite, you may be impacted by some disruptions.

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Construction at our Northern Portal work site requires temporary changes to surrounding roads.

To plan your journey by road, use the QLDTraffic or TransLink Journey Planner resources by clicking the links below

For all other construction disruption, refer to the Cross River Rail Disruptions map.

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Since you travel by car, passing the Exhibition worksite, you may be impacted by some disruptions.

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Construction at our Exhibition work site sometimes require intermittent temporary changes to surrounding roads.

To plan your journey by road, use the QLDTraffic or TransLink Journey Planner resources by clicking the links below

For all other construction disruption, refer to the Cross River Rail Disruptions map.

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Since you travel by road, passing the Roma Street worksite, you may be impacted by some disruptions.

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Throughout construction there will be temporary intermittent changes to roads surrounding the Roma Street construction site.

Road users are to follow the signs and direction of traffic control to navigate safely through the precinct.

To plan your journey by road, use the QLDTraffic or TransLink Journey Planner resources by clicking the links below

For all other construction disruption, refer to the Cross River Rail Disruptions map.

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Since you travel by car, passing the Albert Street worksite, you may be impacted by some disruptions.

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Construction at our Albert Street work sites sometimes requires temporary changes to surrounding roads.

Due to multiple construction sites in the Albert Street precinct area, Charlotte, Mary and George streets are experiencing congestion during peak hours.

Albert Street between Mary and Elizabeth Streets is now closed to general traffic.

There are ongoing intermittent lane closures on Mary and Charlotte Streets near the construction site.

For all other construction disruption, refer to the Cross River Rail Disruptions map.

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Since you travel by car, passing the Woolloongabba worksite, you may be impacted by some disruptions.

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Throughout construction there will be temporary intermittent changes to roads surrounding the Woolloongabba construction site including Main, Leopard, Stanley and Vulture streets.

There will be temporary intermittent night time changes on northbound Main Street lanes. Motorists are to follow the direction of traffic control.

Road users are to follow instructions of traffic control to safely navigate through the area.

To plan your journey by road, use the QLDTraffic or TransLink Journey Planner resources by clicking the links below

For all other construction disruption, refer to the Cross River Rail Disruptions map.

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Since you travel by car, passing the Boggo Road / Southern Portal worksite, you may be impacted by some disruptions.

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Construction at our Boggo Road and Southern Portal worksites sometimes requires temporary changes to surrounding roads.

Throughout construction there will be temporary intermittent changes and road closures on Joe Baker Street, Peter Doherty Street and Boggo Road.

Road users can use the links at the bottom of the page for assistance in journey planning.

To plan your journey by road, use the QLDTraffic or TransLink Journey Planner resources by clicking the links below

For all other construction disruption, refer to the Cross River Rail Disruptions map.

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Since you travel by train on the Sunshine Coast Line, you may be impacted by construction from time to time.

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Cross River Rail will transform the way we travel across the whole of south east Queensland. But building Cross River Rail means changes to travel on the Sunshine Coast Line.

During construction of this transformative project, there will be disruptions to train services including track closures, station closures, and route diversions. While we will make every effort to lessen the impact to your journey, unfortunately some disruptions are unavoidable.

For more specific train times or assistance planning your journey, head to the TransLink journey planner.

For other disruptions check the Cross River Rail disruptions map.

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Since you travel by train on the Shorncliffe Line, you may be impacted by construction from time to time.

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Cross River Rail will transform the way we travel across the whole of south east Queensland. But building Cross River Rail means changes to travel on the Shorncliffe line.

Testing of the European Train Control System (ETCS) for Cross River Rail means changes to travel and transport services on the Shorncliffe line in May.

From Tuesday 7 to Friday 10 May, buses will replace trains between Northgate and Shorncliffe stations.

During this time, Shorncliffe line trains will continue to run between Northgate and Roma Street stations in both directions.

Express railbuses will be available between Northgate and Sandgate stations.

If you’re travelling towards the city, please take a railbus to Northgate station and transfer to a train to continue your journey.

For more specific train times or assistance planning your journey, head to the TransLink journey planner.

For other disruptions check the Cross River Rail disruptions map.

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Since you travel by train on the Redcliffe Peninsula Line, you may be impacted by construction from time to time.

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Cross River Rail will transform the way we travel across the whole of south east Queensland. But building Cross River Rail means changes to travel on the Redcliffe Peninsula Line.

During construction of this transformative project, there will be disruptions to train services including track closures, station closures, and route diversions. While we will make every effort to lessen the impact to your journey, unfortunately some disruptions are unavoidable.

For more specific train times or assistance planning your journey, head to the TransLink journey planner.

For other disruptions check the Cross River Rail disruptions map.

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Since you travel by train on the Gold Coast Line, you may be impacted by construction from time to time.

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Cross River Rail will transform the way we travel across the whole of south east Queensland. But building Cross River Rail means changes to travel on the Gold Coast line.

During construction of this transformative project, there will be disruptions to train services including track closures, station closures, and route diversions. While we will make every effort to lessen the impact to your journey, unfortunately some disruptions are unavoidable.

There are station closures on the Gold Coast line due to Cross River Rail’s station upgrade program:

For more specific train times or assistance planning your journey, head to the TransLink journey planner.

For other disruptions check the Cross River Rail disruptions map.

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Since you travel by train on the Ferny Grove Line, you may be impacted by construction from time to time.

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Cross River Rail will transform the way we travel across the whole of south east Queensland. But building Cross River Rail means changes to travel on the Ferny Grove line.

During construction of this transformative project, there will be disruptions to train services including track closures, station closures, and route diversions. While we will make every effort to lessen the impact to your journey, unfortunately some disruptions are unavoidable.

For more specific train times or assistance planning your journey, head to the TransLink journey planner.

For other disruptions check the Cross River Rail disruptions map.

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Since you travel by train on the Doomben Line, you may be impacted by construction from time to time.

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Cross River Rail will transform the way we travel across the whole of south east Queensland. But building Cross River Rail means at times there may be changes to travel on the Doomben line.

During construction of this transformative project, there will be disruptions to train services including track closures, station closures, and route diversions. While we will make every effort to lessen the impact to your journey, unfortunately some disruptions are unavoidable.

For more specific train times or assistance planning your journey, head to the TransLink journey planner.

For other disruptions check the Cross River Rail disruptions map.

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Since you travel by train on the Cleveland Line, you may be impacted by construction from time to time.

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Cross River Rail will transform the way we travel across the whole of south east Queensland. But building Cross River Rail means changes to travel on the Cleveland line.

During construction of this transformative project, there will be disruptions to train services including track closures, station closures, and route diversions. While we will make every effort to lessen the impact to your journey, unfortunately some disruptions are unavoidable.

For more specific train times or assistance planning your journey, head to the TransLink journey planner.

For other disruptions check the Cross River Rail disruptions map.

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Since you travel by train on the Beenleigh Line, you may be impacted by construction from time to time.

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Cross River Rail will transform the way we travel across the whole of south east Queensland. But building Cross River Rail means changes to travel on the Beenleigh line.

From Monday 19 June 2023 until late 2024, there will be temporary changes to some morning and afternoon peak services on the Beenleigh line.

There are station closures on the Beenleigh line due to Cross River Rail’s station upgrade program:

For more specific train times or assistance planning your journey, head to the TransLink journey planner.

For other disruptions check the Cross River Rail disruptions map.

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Since you travel by train on the Airport Line, you may be impacted by construction from time to time.

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Cross River Rail will transform the way we travel across the whole of south east Queensland. But building Cross River Rail means changes to travel on the Airport line.

During construction of this transformative project, there will be disruptions to train services including track closures, station closures, and route diversions. While we will make every effort to lessen the impact to your journey, unfortunately some disruptions are unavoidable.

Rail passengers should use the links at the bottom of the page to help plan their journey.

For more specific train times or assistance planning your journey, head to the TransLink journey planner.

For other disruptions check the Cross River Rail disruptions map.