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Latest media releases

Work set to start on Nogoa River rail bridge
Work to renovate the century old Nogoa River rail bridge in Emerald is set to begin next week, as additional works to stage two of the Central West Bridge Replacement program.
Boost to Railway Squad to keep train commuters safe (Ministerial media statement)
The State Government will give a boost to the Queensland Police Service (QPS) Railway Squad with the addition of new CCTV technology and an extra eight officers to patrol Queensland Rail (QR) services across the south-east.
Experience the outback by rail this summer!
Queensland Rail is offering a special ‘2FOR1’ deal for the recently upgraded Spirit of the Outback rail service to encourage people to visit the outback this summer.
Train commuters rally against domestic violence
South East Queensland train commuters have got on board a Queensland Rail campaign donating more than 3,000 essential household items to help local families who are rebuilding their lives after domestic violence.
New footage shows greatest risk to commuters: themselves
Queensland Rail has released shocking new footage which shows the greatest risk to commuters is themselves.
Shocking footage of train hitting pram delivers confronting safety message
Queensland Rail has released shocking footage of an empty pram rolling into the path of a moving freight train in a bid to remind parents of the potentially devastating consequences of inattentiveness at stations and on platforms.
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