Mango Hill station park 'n' ride

We are investigating a future expansion of the park 'n' ride facilities at Mango Hill station.

Preliminary planning investigated options for expanding the Mango Hill station park ‘n’ ride, adding to around 220 existing parking spaces available to commuters. This planning identified the preferred site locations.

When considering park 'n' rides, we look at the likely impact that a potential project would have on the transport network, economic development, the environment and future land use outcomes. The study included consultation with Moreton Bay Regional Council and Queensland Rail.

Benefits

  • Improves safety
  • Increases car parks
  • Reduces peak hour congestion

Key features

  • Adding extra car parks to the existing 220 car parks. 

Funding

Total investment
$4.305 million
Australian Government
$4 million
Queensland Government
$305,000

Next steps

Consultation with key stakeholders and the local community will be undertaken to invite feedback on the preferred options for the proposed expansion of the park 'n' ride facility. The feedback period will open in May 2020 and close on 5 June 2020.

We will consider all feedback received and the project business case will then confirm the preferred location and layout for the park ‘n’ ride facility, including estimated delivery costs and timeframes.

Planning is expected to be completed mid-2020. The project will then proceed into the detailed design phase.

Artist impression of the preferred option for Site 1

Artist's impression of Site 1 for the Mango Hill station park 'n' ride

Artist impression of the preferred option for Site 2

Artist's impression of Site 2 for the Mango Hill station park 'n' ride

Artist impression of the preferred option—Sites 1 and 2

Artist's impression of Sites 1 and 2 for the Mango Hill station park 'n' ride