Cross River Rail

Brisbane's $5.4bn Cross River Rail project will deliver the extra network capacity required to operate higher frequency public transport that connects with other services and supports other network growth projects. This will help ease the pressure of road congestion, making Brisbane and the whole of South East Queensland even more liveable.

Image Credit: Hassell Studio
Maynard, in partnership with Hassell, were commissioned by CBGU to deliver both the signage & wayfinding, project-wide design, and VR/mockups & prototype packages for the new station developments from the bid stage through to construction documentation.

This involved development of strategies, integration approaches, detailed kit-of-parts component packages, signage and wayfinding placement plans and schedules to provide an integrated approach for Translink and Queensland Rail for the new stations in the CBD.

Cross River Rail Wayfinding
Cross River Rail Wayfinding
Cross River Rail Wayfinding
Cross River Rail Wayfinding
The four new high capacity stations will unlock the bottleneck at the core of Brisbane’s transport network, providing a 'turn-up and go' public transport system.

Albert Street is the first new station in the Brisbane CBD in 120 years.

Roma Street will become Brisbane’s “Grande Central” station.

Boggo Road Station will become South East Queensland's second busiest transport interchange with 22,000 commuters using the station each week by 2036.

Woollongabba Station will connect into Gabba Stadium and provide a key link for the 2032 Olympics.

Work in progress