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Latest media releases

  
  
  
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South Bank station upgrades steaming ahead
  
20/05/2022
Boarding the train from Brisbane's iconic South Bank will soon be easier and safer, as accessibility upgrades hit overdrive.
Near miss spike across Far North Queensland prompts railway crossing safety reminder
  
19/05/2022
An alarming increase in near miss incidents at Far North Queensland railway crossings has sparked a serious safety reminder in addition to new CCTV technology across the region.
Major track works highlights further investment in Mount Isa line
  
18/05/2022
A $25 million investment in the Mount Isa line will see two years' worth of important track upgrades completed in just 20 days.
New lease of life for high voltage substation
  
21/04/2022
​Mayne Yard depot's crucial substation at Bowen Hills has been revamped and upgraded, with the multi-million dollar modernised facility now up and running after being commissioned over the four-day Easter weekend.
Queensland Rail welcomes new CEO onboard (Ministerial statement)
  
14/04/2022
​One of Queensland Rail's very own has been appointed to lead the long-established Queensland transport organisation.
Mind the Gap! Shocking vision reminds commuters to take care
  
13/04/2022
Queensland Rail is pleading with all train users, especially those travelling with young children, to 'Mind the Gap' after new data revealed an increase in customer falls between the train and platform.
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