Lindum Station Precinct Study
We are undertaking the Lindum Station Precinct Study to determine how to best enhance safety and accessibility.
The study has investigated transport issues relevant to the Lindum precinct, including:
- traffic and pedestrian movements
- bus and rail operations
- active transport connections
- Park 'n' Ride facilities
- station improvements
- road network proposals.
The study included community consultation, which helped us to better understand the area's current and future transport challenges and opportunities. This enabled us to map a way forward to ensure a safe and reliable transport system for the future.
Work to improve the Lindum Station precinct is now progressing as a result of the study, with planning for immediate upgrades and longer-term solutions underway.
- Improves safety
- Increases capacity
- Improves network efficiency
- Better active transport
- Reduces travel time
- Better road access
- Increases car parks
- Active transport connections
- Park 'n' Ride expansion
- Station improvements
- Intersection upgrades
Potential short and medium-term solutions
- Traffic lights at the intersection
- Intersection road network upgrade
- Station upgrade
- Park 'n' Ride expansion
- Improved pedestrian and bicycle connectivity across the rail line
- Precinct accessibility and movement improvements
The Australian and Queensland governments, together with Brisbane City Council, are working to prioritise critical upgrades for the Lindum Station precinct at Wynnum West.
The potential solutions for the precinct are now undergoing detailed planning to confirm design requirements:
- The Queensland Government is progressing detailed planning for Lindum Train Station accessibility upgrades, including an improved pedestrian overpass with lift access and Park 'n' Ride facility upgrades. The Queensland Government has committed $40 million to these safety and accessibility enhancements.
- Brisbane City Council is investigating immediate upgrades for the Lindum level crossing intersection, including signalisation and intersection reconfiguration. Brisbane City Council has committed $40 million to precinct upgrades.
- The Australian and Queensland governments and Brisbane City Council are working together to develop a preliminary business case to investigate potential long-term grade separation of vehicles and active transport from the rail corridor.
In addition to Queensland Government and Brisbane City Council commitments, the Australian Government has committed $85.4 million to Lindum Level Crossing precinct upgrades, totalling $165.4 million across all levels of government.