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Queensland Rail calls for customers to slow down and take care after hundreds of slips, trips and falls at stations
  
26/11/2021
Queensland Rail is encouraging commuters to slow down and take care, as more than 500 customers were recorded slipping, tripping and falling on the South East Queensland rail network in 2020-21.
North Coast rail line reopens following heavy rainfall damage (Ministerial statement)
  
16/11/2021
​Queensland Rail crews and contractors have worked around the clock to reopen the North Coast rail line late yesterday (16 November 2021), following heavy rainfall that caused severe track washouts between Glen Geddes and Kunwarara, north of Rockhampton.
Temporary closure of Ann Street as Central train station upgrades escalate
  
12/11/2021
Queensland Rail is advising motorists that part of Ann Street in the Brisbane Central Business District (CBD) will be closed this weekend (13-14 November).
Queensland Rail crews mobilise to recover North Coast line after heavy rainfall (Ministerial Statement)
  
11/11/2021
Recovery works have commenced on 18 damaged sites on the North Coast rail line, north of Rockhampton, following recent extreme weather.
Heavy rainfall causes rail damage north of Rockhampton
  
10/11/2021
“Overnight we experienced heavy rainfall north of Rockhampton, which has caused significant damage to the North Coast rail line, including multiple track washouts.
Auchenflower station temporary changes for upgrade works
  
3/11/2021
Queensland Rail is advising customers who use Auchenflower station that there will be temporary changes to services from 6 to 12 November 2021, to facilitate upgrade works.
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