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Latest media releases

Queensland Rail pleads with parents to keep kids close at stations
Queensland Rail is pleading with parents to remain extra vigilant on the rail network after a number of alarming incidents involving children.
Improved Inlander timetable to boost outback tourism
A new timetable for the Inlander will be introduced in April this year, to boost outback tourism and improve connections for people travelling by train between Brisbane and Mount Isa.
Be on the safe side around level crossings now school’s back (Ministerial media statement)
Queenslanders are being urged to take extra care at level crossings from this week, with more cars and pedestrians expected back on the roads with the return of the school year.
Rail bridge strike prevention continues on Sunshine Coast
Queensland Rail is continuing its program to prevent over-height vehicles from colliding with rail bridges on the Sunshine Coast, with works now wrapping up at Nambour and set to start in Woombye from early next month.
Study finds severe rainfall contributed to station flooding
​Specialised engineering firm Jacobs has found that high intensity rainfall contributed to flooding at Fortitude Valley station during last year's wet season.
Gold Coast heavy rail duplication on track for Commonwealth Games
Preparation works are ramping-up and a tenderer has been selected for the duplication of heavy rail tracks between Coomera and Helensvale stations, to significantly improve train service capacity and reliability ahead of the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
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