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Procurement enters next stage for Logan, Gold Coast Faster Rail

Procurement enters next stage for Logan, Gold Coast Faster Rail

The next phase of procurement has commenced on three projects that form part of the Logan and Gold Coast Faster Rail project in Queensland.

Through the Registration of Interest process, the Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) received strong interest from industry and has multiple parties registered for each package. TMR will soon release Requests for Proposals to accepted registrants for the Logan and Gold Coast Faster Rail Project Level Crossing Removal Package and Rail Package.

The Level Crossing Removal package will remove existing level crossings at Beenleigh Road at Kuraby station and Station Road at Bethania station and improve safety for these local communities. These works will be delivered through a collaborative design and construct contract.

The Rail package will deliver the major rail works between Kuraby and Beenleigh including duplicating the tracks from two to four, station upgrades, the remaining level crossing removals, local road works and active transport connections. The design and construction will be delivered through an alliance contract.


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TMR is also inviting Expressions of Interest from registrants for the Loganlea Station Relocation Project.

Minister for Transport and Main Roads, Mark Bailey said the works would help to increase the capacity of the connection, currently constrained by single tracks in each direction between Kuraby and Beenleigh.

“Once finalised, these projects will connect growing communities with more frequent and reliable train services between Brisbane, Logan and the Gold Coast,” he said.

“The projects will improve accessibility at stations, provide safer connections across the rail corridor for the community, and provide an improved active transport corridor and facilities for pedestrians and cyclists.”

The Logan and Gold Coast Faster Rail and Loganlea Station Relocation projects are jointly funded by the Australian and Queensland and governments. Government investment in the project has totalled $2.6 billion.

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