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Latest media releases

  
  
  
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Rail safety campaign sparks message: 'high voltage can jump'
  
9/08/2019
Queensland Rail is warning of the consequences of entering the rail corridor, with an ‘explosive’ new campaign launched today ahead of Rail Safety Week 2019 (12 – 19 August).
430 extra weekly train services set to roll out across SEQ from Monday (29 July)
  
25/07/2019
Queensland Rail is reminding customers to plan their travel, as it prepares to roll out an extra 430 weekly services across the South East Queensland (SEQ) network from Monday, 29 July.
Central Station upgrade update
  
11/07/2019
New timelines have been announced for the next stage of upgrades at Central Station.
Bag a bargain with half price fares to the Ekka from Wide Bay
  
1/07/2019
Wide Bay residents are being encouraged to roll up, roll up and take the train to the Ekka, with half price fares available for travel from 9 - 18 August between Bundaberg and Brisbane on selected Tilt Train services.
An extra 430 weekly train services and 200,000 seats for SEQ
  
25/06/2019
Queensland Rail will implement an extra 430 services and upgrade 59 existing services from three-carriages to six-carriages, in a move that will add 200,000 seats across South East Queensland each week from Monday, 29 July 2019.
New train services hit the track running (Ministerial media statement)
  
13/05/2019
Thirty-two new train services will start this week, adding 14,000 seats to south east Queensland’s rail network.
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