Northgate station park 'n' ride business case
We are planning to expand parking facilities at Northgate station in response to high demand for parking in the local area.
Northgate station is a key location for customers accessing the public transport network and experiences high demand for commuter parking.
In late 2021, the department undertook community consultation on a proposed upgrade to replace an existing carpark on Ridge Street and Holland Street with a multi-storey parking facility to provide additional capacity.
- Improves safety
- Reduces peak hour congestion
- Increases car parks
- Contributes to economy
- Around 350 additional car spaces.
- New bicycle storage facilities.
- Improved passenger amenities.
- Enhanced lighting and Closed-Circuit Television (CCTV).
- Additional persons with disability parking spaces.
The Queensland Government has been allocated $480,000 under the Transport System Planning Program to undertake business case planning for Northgate station park 'n' ride upgrade.
Further funding is required to progress the project to delivery (design and construction).
- Total investment
- Queensland Government
The business case for the Northgate station park 'n' ride upgrade project is expected to be completed by mid-2022.
There is currently no funding for design and construction, with funding determined on a statewide priority basis.
In October and November 2021, community consultation was undertaken on the proposed Northgate station park 'n' ride upgrade. We received over 250 pieces of feedback from individuals, businesses and organisations.
Feedback received supported the proposal to expand parking facilities at Northgate station.
We appreciate the feedback received and thank everyone who participated in engagement events or provided their feedback via the survey. Feedback from the community and stakeholders will now be reviewed and used to shape the draft design.
Read the consultation summary to see how we engaged and what we heard.