Computer rendered view of future Albert Street translink railway


Moving around in an active state

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A state on the go

Brisbane 2032 will accelerate the delivery of long-term plans for our public transport network and infrastructure, that will meet the needs of our growing population, benefiting Queenslanders for decades to come.





Cross River Rail project

Getting around the Games

By 2032, the transport corridors connecting the three Games zones across South East Queensland will have increased road and rail capacity, connecting major tourism hubs on the Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast and Brisbane.

Artists impression of the new Woolloongabba Cross River Rail station.
Worker in high vis and safety equipment walking through a tunnel thats in the process of being built
Computer rendered view of train station, with people making their way into the entrance
Low-angle shot of the Cross River Rail construction site showing pipes, scaffolding and cranes

Transport designed to support Queensland’s growing population.

Works already underway

Queensland has planned significant transport improvements and upgrades that will create seamless movement between venues. In South East Queensland, we’re tracking ahead with the Cross River Rail, Gold Coast Light Rail Stage 3, Beerburrum to Nambour Rail upgrade, Northern Transitway, M1 upgrades, the Coomera Connector (Stage 1), Bruce Highway upgrades and Mooloolah River Interchange (Stage 1).

Passenger train speeds through the sub-tropical countryside in North Queensland.




Target for public and active transport to venues during the Games


Public parking at venues

Gold Coast tram rail passing through the centre of Surfers Paradise past restaurants, retail stores and hotels

Well-connected networks to encourage walking and cycling.

Sustainable transit for the win

For the climate positive Games, we’ll breathe easier with low-emission public transport for all athlete and organisational movements throughout the Games. Brisbane 2032 will be powered by safe and sustainable transport, including rail, buses, cycling and walking and other active travel modes.

Computer-rendered view of Albert Street station, showing families and people enjoying the sunny weather outside


minutes average travel time for athletes during the Games.

Computer-rendered view of Boggo Road station, showcasing the entry of the station, the road outside the station and people utilising the space


walkable inner city venues from the Brisbane Showgrounds through to The Gabba

Construction crew in a Cross River Rail tunnel, inspecting the work on a scissor lift