Queensland Rail is upgrading Boondall station to improve accessibility and make it easier and safer for customers to use.
The works are part of the Queensland Rail Station Accessibility Upgrade Program which focuses on providing greater accessibility to rail services.
The station upgrade is designed to achieve independent accessibility, meaning that all train platforms can be accessed independently via paths, ramps or lifts, without the need to use stairs.
Improvements will include:
- a new pedestrian footbridge with lift access
- raised section of platform at assisted boarding points
- extended platform shelters
- upgraded hearing augmentation loop and tactile platform surfaces
- upgraded security cameras and station lighting
- new wayfinding and platform signage.
The project is currently in the design phase with detailed design to be completed by mid-2018.
Preliminary construction works have commenced and major works are anticipated to commence in late 2018.
For regular email updates on the station upgrade, join the project’s
Phone: 1800 722 203
Station Upgrade Project
PO Box 1429
Brisbane QLD 4001
- Boondall station overhead line works - May 2018 PDF | DOC
- Boondall station temporary ramp closure - Feb 2018: PDF | DOC
- Boondall station foundation works - Feb 2018: PDF | DOC
- Boondall station accessibility upgrade flyer - October 2017:
- Boondall station concept design 1:
- Boondall station concept design 2:
- Boondall station concept design 3:
- Boondall station accessibility upgrade feedback form: