TMR is planning to connect growing communities with more frequent and reliable train services between Brisbane, Logan and the Gold Coast.

To support growing population and rail patronage demand, TMR needs to double the number of Beenleigh and Gold Coast train services over the next 20 years. The rail line between Kuraby and Beenleigh is a key capacity bottleneck on the rail corridor.

The Queensland Government, together with the Australian Government, is planning to increase the number of tracks between Kuraby and Beenleigh from two to four, with modernised rail systems, stations upgrades and level crossing removals. Currently, trains between Kuraby and Beenleigh share a single track in each direction, limiting the number of peak services that can run. Additional tracks will require a wider corridor and track straightening in some areas.

Have your say

TMR wants to understand your priorities for improving services between the Gold Coast, Logan and Brisbane, and is seeking feedback on customer travel experience, movement in and around stations, access, safety and changes in the local environment.

TMR would like to hear your ideas on the project, which will be used to understand opportunities to be included in the design of the expanded rail corridor, stations and areas around the rail corridor.

Submissions to the interactive map and survey below will be open until Friday 29 October 2021.

Station pop ups

The project team will have a pop up at each station between Kuraby and Beenleigh from 6:30am - 9:00am to answer your questions on the project. Find your station below and see when the project team will be there.

Kingston StationThursday 16 September
Loganlea StationWednesday 22 September
Bethania StationTuesday 28 September
Edens Landing StationWednesday 6 October
Holmview StationTuesday 12 October
Beenleigh StationThursday 14 October
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This project is jointly funded by the Australian and Queensland governments