Banyo station accessibility upgrade

​Banyo station concept design - subject to change

Queensland Rail is upgrading Banyo station to improve accessibility and make it easier and safer for customers to travel on our network.

These works are part of Queensland Rail's Station Accessibility Upgrade Program which focuses on upgrading station infrastructure to provide easier access to the public transport system.

Station accessibility upgrades are achieved through the delivery of accessible station entrances and pathways to the assisted boarding points, platform raising works, upgraded accessible parking and by providing essential station and customer facilities including accessible toilets.

These upgrades will significantly improve access for all customers, particularly people with disability, older people, people travelling with prams or luggage, and people recovering from injury.

Accessibility upgrades typically feature a range of improvements, including:

  • a new additional pedestrian footbridge with lift access
  • full-length raised platforms and extended platform shelters
  • upgraded hearing loops and tactile platform surfaces
  • upgraded security cameras and lighting throughout the station
  • new wayfinding and platform signage.

Have your say on the station upgrade concept designs

Feedback on the proposed designs for the Banyo station accessibility upgrade has now closed. 

Queensland Rail will share the final designs with the community, once complete. 


  • Phone: 1800 722 203
  • Mail:
    Station Upgrade Project
    Queensland Rail
    PO Box 1429
    Brisbane QLD 4001

For regular email updates on the Station Accessibility Upgrade Program, customers are encouraged to join the project's mailing list.



Station concept designs:

Banyo station - view from St Vincents Road

Banyo station - Aerial view

Platform 2 view