Salisbury to Beaudesert Passenger Rail
The Queensland election is our chance to lock in earlier delivery of the Salisbury to Beaudesert Passenger Rail.
Currently, delivery of the Salisbury to Beaudesert passenger rail is set for 2041. That's over two decades that residents in the city's rapidly growing south-west will have to wait for a train service.
It's time for passenger rail for Logan's south-west. Tell your candidate today that it's time for Logan's fair share.
- To bring forward the business case. This is a critical step in securing delivery before the current 2041 timeframe
- Stations at Hillcrest, Boronia Heights, Greenbank, New Beith, Flagstone and Undullah
- Commitment to early delivery now
- Early delivery of passenger rail will shape where and how people live, how they plan their work choices, and encourage greater use of affordable and sustainable transport options
- More than 170,000 additional people will be living in the state developed areas of Yarrabilba and Greater Flagstone in the next 30 years and they will need access to passenger rail services
- The Salisbury to Beaudesert passenger rail service will provide residents with a choice of how they travel to and from their home and workplace
- Potential to save commuters up to $15,000 a year or four hours per day in lost time stuck in traffic while connecting with the Brisbane CBD
- Improved access to public transport in the city's south-west
- Reduced road congestion
- Improved travel times, giving you more time to do the things you enjoy