Beams Road Level Crossing Upgrade project
The Beams Road Level Crossing Upgrade project is progressing and will reduce congestion and address safety concerns at the rail level crossing on Beams Road, Carseldine.
Beams Road is an important local road that provides connections for communities in the northern suburbs of Brisbane. It currently experiences significant congestion at the rail level crossing, particularly during peak hours.
An overpass upgrade to the rail level crossing on Beams Road, Carseldine will provide:
- improved and more reliable travel times for rail and road users
- reduced congestion for all road users
- improved safety and access.
- Improves safety
- Improves network efficiency
- Reduces peak hour congestion
- Reduces travel time
Key features of this project could include:
- a new overpass bridge
- removal of existing rail level crossing boom gates
- paths for walking and bike riding.
Upgrades to the Beams Road Level Crossing will also integrate with the Carseldine station park 'n' ride upgrades.
In June 2020, the Queensland Government committed $128
million towards the Beams Road Level Crossing Upgrade project, including $15
million to the Carseldine park ‘n’ ride.
In October 2020, the Australian Government committed $50
million to the Beams Road Level Crossing Upgrade project.
Additional funding contributions for project are to be
- Total investment
- $248 million
- Australian Government
- $50 million
- Queensland Government
- $128 million
TMR is currently undertaking the business case for the Beams Road Level Crossing Upgrade project as part of the planning process.
The business case will confirm the preferred option, advance the design, quantify the project benefits and confirm the project’s cost estimates.