Carseldine station park 'n' ride

We are upgrading the park 'n' ride facilities at Carseldine station.

Once completed, the new and upgraded park 'n' ride facilities will bring the total parking capacity to around 370 car parks.

Benefits

  • Improves safety
  • Increases capacity
  • Improves network efficiency
  • Increases car parks
  • Reduces travel time
  • Better active transport
  • Reduces maintenance
  • Improves ride quality

Key features

The Carseldine park 'n' ride facility will:

  • increase commuter parking spaces
  • help to manage road congestion on the surrounding road network
  • improve passenger amenities, experience and access
  • features 24-hour access, elevators and additional accessible parking spaces close to the station, security through CCTV and lighting

Funding

Total investment
$15 million
Queensland Government
$15 million

Carseldine train station is a connecting station, servicing the North Coast, Moreton Bay and Caboolture rail lines. There are approximately 549 scheduled train services per day through Carseldine train station.

The Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) is building a new and upgrading existing park 'n' ride facilities at Carseldine train station. Once completed, the new and upgraded park 'n' ride facilities at Carseldine station will bring the total parking capacity to around 370 car parks.

The new park 'n' ride facility will be built on the western side of Carseldine train station and will provide approximately 170 additional car parking spaces.

A staging plan has been developed for the Carseldine area that considers the changes to the existing park 'n' ride facility. TMR is also planning to upgrade the existing park 'n' ride facility off Balcara Avenue, Carseldine.

Plans to upgrade the existing Carseldine park 'n' ride are in conjunction with the Beams Road (Carseldine) rail level crossing project.  


Overview project map

Carseldine Park 'n' Ride map

Current status

At this stage we are finalising the design and calling for construction tenders.