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Latest media releases

Brisbane’s busiest train station on track for more than $67 million makeover (Ministerial media statement)
​Brisbane’s flagship station is set to be transformed with a three-year program of works worth more than $67 million set to start this month to upgrade Central Station.
Central West rail bridge upgrades
Rail infrastructure in the Central West is set for an $8.8 million overhaul, with the Palaszczuk Government embarking on the third stage of a program to replace, repair and upgrade ageing timber rail bridges on the Central West line.
$850,000 upgrade for Moores Creek rail bridge
The ageing Moores Creek rail bridge on the Yeppoon rail line is on track to receive a major refurbishment with the Palaszczuk Government announcing $850,000 to upgrade the bridge.
World-class signalling system on track to boost SEQ’s train capacity
A new world-class rail signalling system for South East Queensland’s rail network is on the fast track, with global Expressions of Interest to develop the $634 million project now open.
Gold Coast stations get $10 million facelift ahead of Commonwealth Games (Ministerial media statement)
Train stations on the Gold Coast line are on track to be Games-ready with the Palaszczuk Government set to invest $10 million to refurbish Queensland Rail facilities ahead of the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
Rail sale a big boost for outback tourism (Ministerial media statement)
The Queensland Government’s ‘2FOR1’ ticket special on the Spirit of the Outback has driven a 48 percent increase in patronage with record numbers of tourists and visitors travelling to Western Queensland up from the previous year.
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