Brisbane train service arrangements for Tuesday 29 January

A message from Queensland Rail – Please share widely. City network – train service arrangements for Tuesday 29 January Issued 6pm, Monday 28 January Queensland Rail recommends customers stagger their journeys, seek alternate transport or anticipate delays due to extensive storm damage affecting our network. Please check www.translink.com.au before commencing your journey. The first services from all […]

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A message from Queensland Rail – Please share widely.

City network – train service arrangements for Tuesday 29 January

Issued 6pm, Monday 28 January

Queensland Rail recommends customers stagger their journeys, seek alternate transport or anticipate delays due to extensive storm damage affecting our network.
Please check www.translink.com.au before commencing your journey.

The first services from all City network lines will be the same as the normal Monday to Friday timetable, however a reduced number of services will run throughout the day (including morning and afternoon peak) due to the limited capacity of the network. There will be no trains or buses running between Gympie North and Nambour.

CBD stations:
– No trains will be able to run between Roma Street and Bowen Hills, with the exception of a single six-car train shuttle service, which will operate throughout the day between Roma Street and Central.

Airport line:
– A bus shuttle will operate between the CBD and Airport for customers travelling between the Airport and the CBD.
– Outbound Gold Coast services commencing at the Airport/Eagle Junction, will run via the Normanby/Exhibition loop to South Brisbane and South Bank, and then to Beenleigh with a bus connection to the Gold Coast.
– Customers for inbound Airport services will commence on a bus at Varsity Lakes before boarding a connecting train service at Beenleigh.

Gold Coast line:
– Bus services will run from Varsity Lakes to Beenleigh, where customers will connect to a train service, which will travel inbound to Roma Street. This will be the same in reverse for outbound Gold Coast customers.
– Outbound Gold Coast services commencing at the Airport/Eagle Junction, will run via the Normanby/Exhibition loop to South Brisbane and South Bank, and then to Beenleigh with a bus connection to the Gold Coast.

Beenleigh line:
– Beenleigh services will terminate at Roma Street, and commence from Roma Street.
– Customers on the Beenleigh line who usually travel through to the Ferny Grove line will be conveyed by buses to Mitchelton, before connecting with a train shuttle from Mitchelton to Ferny Grove.

Ferny Grove line:
– Trains will run between Mitchelton and Ferny Grove.
– A bus shuttle will operate between Mitchelton and the City.
– Customers on the Ferny Grove line, please note, there are bus exchange facilities at Brookside and Enoggera.

Richlands:
– A train shuttle service will operate between Richlands and Corinda stations.
– Customers will then change trains at Corinda, with services stopping all stations to Roma Street, before travelling via the Normanby/Exhibition loop to Albion and then all stations to Caboolture.

Ipswich line:
– Ipswich trains will travel all stations to Roma Street, and then travel via the Normanby/Exhibition loop to Albion, and then all stations to Caboolture.

Caboolture/Sunshine Coast lines:
– Train services will run between Albion and Caboolture, with buses operating between Caboolture and Nambour.
– Inbound trains from Caboolture will travel to Albion, then via the Normanby/Exhibition loop to Roma Street, before continuing all stations to Ipswich.
– On the Sunshine Coast line, bus services to Mooloolah, Eudlo and Palmwoods will be subject to local road conditions, as these stations have been inaccessible over the long weekend.
– Train services between Nambour and Gympie North have been cancelled and no alternative transport is available due to poor road conditions.

Shorncliffe line:
– Shorncliffe services will commence at South Bank, stopping at South Brisbane and Roma Street, then via the Normanby/Exhibition loop to Albion before stopping all stations to Shorncliffe.
– Inbound train services from Shorncliffe will stop all stations to Albion then via the Normanby/Exhibition loop to South Brisbane and South Bank.

Cleveland line:
– Trains will run between Wellington Point and Roma Street, with buses running from Wellington Point to Cleveland.
– Trains from Wellington Point to the City will terminate at Roma Street.

Doomben:
– Train services to Doomben will commence at Roma Street and travel via the Normanby/Exhibition loop to Doomben