The New Generation Rollingstock (NGR) project
The NGR project will see the delivery of 75 new trains from 2016 and a new NGR Maintenance Centre at Wulkuraka.
Additional works to support the Wulkuraka Maintenance Centre
Works relating to the NGR project were completed near Wulkuraka station. These works included:
- a new section of rail line, including rail systems to connect the Maintenance Centre to the existing rail line at Wulkuraka
- a new pedestrian footbridge at Wulkuraka station
- new stormwater civil works and infrastructure to improve local drainage
- widening and resurfacing of Dixon St East, Wulkuraka.
Essential new rail infrastructure
Near the Wulkuraka station a new section of track has been completed to connect the Maintenance Centre site to the existing rail line.
New signalling and other rail systems infrastructure has now been commissioned. A new retaining wall has been constructed to the west of the Maintenance Centre site.
New pedestrian access
A new pedestrian footbridge opened in December 2015 at Wulkuraka station. The existing grade crossing was closed and the footbridge now separates passengers and pedestrians from the rail lines to provide a safer crossing point.
Community engagement and contact
If you have any questions or comments the project team can be contacted by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org and by telephone at: 1800 478 238.
The project team will also post updates on our NGR website at: http://www.tmr.qld.gov.au/ngr