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As Brisbane slept, the future of state’s train travel passed crucial tests

As Brisbane slept, the future of state’s train travel passed crucial tests

New technology to make the train network more efficient was tested last week, so “we can run more trains more often and more tightly together”.

  • by Toby Crockford

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‘The next big project’ after Cross River Rail: Is it time to dust off the Brisbane Subway?

‘The next big project’ after Cross River Rail: Is it time to dust off the Brisbane Subway?

It was meant to be the next big thing after Cross River Rail, but the planned east-west Brisbane Subway has been largely forgotten. Until now.

  • by Cameron Atfield
$3.5b to be spent on Queensland rail projects in state budget

$3.5b to be spent on Queensland rail projects in state budget

Treasurer Cameron Dick announced the outlay on Sunday while marking a major milestone for the Cross River Rail project.

  • by Toby Crockford
Commuters still in the dark about Cross River Rail’s integration with train network

Commuters still in the dark about Cross River Rail’s integration with train network

A leading rail advocate has called on the Queensland government to follow Victoria’s lead and release SEQ’s new rail map.

  • by Cameron Atfield
A glimpse into south-east Queensland’s future 30 metres below ground

A glimpse into south-east Queensland’s future 30 metres below ground

With tunnelling now complete, a small group were given rare access to the Cross River Rail underground system on Sunday.

  • by Toby Crockford
‘We’ve literally dug a big hole’: rock bottom at new Albert Street station

‘We’ve literally dug a big hole’: rock bottom at new Albert Street station

More than 30 months since work began on the new Albert Street station, construction crews have bottomed-out at Brisbane’s biggest-ever hole.

  • by Zach Hope
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Timing of done deal not down to the election: Morrison

Timing of done deal not down to the election: Morrison

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has hosed down suggestions a newly signed Queensland infrastructure deal worth $1.8 billion was completed because of the looming poll.

  • by Cloe Read
Queensland government reviews social housing above new Gabba station

Queensland government reviews social housing above new Gabba station

The state government will review the proportion of affordable housing units at the state government-owned Woolloongabba site, but 50 per cent of the Gabba site will be open space.

  • by Tony Moore
Lord mayor wants 600 affordable units above new Gabba rail hub

Lord mayor wants 600 affordable units above new Gabba rail hub

Adrian Schrinner says the tight rental market justifies having twice as many affordable and social housing units.

  • by Tony Moore
All aboard: Bridging the 480-metre gap between Cross River Rail and passengers

All aboard: Bridging the 480-metre gap between Cross River Rail and passengers

A new bridge will link Brisbane’s emerging health and science precinct with bus and rail services, transforming the city’s inner south.

  • by Tony Moore
Brisbane’s equivalent of New York’s Grand Central Station emerges

Brisbane’s equivalent of New York’s Grand Central Station emerges

More than 2550 people are working on a Brisbane underground rail project few people have seen. Here are some shots of a project that has overtaken politics to transform a city.

  • by Tony Moore