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Lindum Station Precinct Study

The Queensland Government, with support from the Australian Government, is undertaking the Lindum Station Precinct Study to determine how to best enhance safety and accessibility to and from the rail station, as well as make improvements to the local road network.

The study will investigate broader 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 and road network proposals.

You can contribute your local knowledge and experience by leaving comments on the ideas wall, completing the online survey or attending one of our upcoming community feedback sessions.

Your feedback will help the Queensland Government, Australian Government and Brisbane City Council to better understand the area’s current and future transport challenges and opportunities, and will map a way forward to ensure a safe and reliable transport system for the inner south.

Get involved

Have your say

Your local knowledge is valuable in helping us to identify transport pressures the community experiences, and in making suggestions for how the Lindum Station Precinct may be improved.

The project team will be holding community feedback sessions to enable you to meet the team,
ask questions and provide your feedback to us face-to-face.

Community feedback session

Tuesday 19 November
6.30am – 9.00am 
Lindum Railway Station

Community feedback session

Saturday 23 November 
9.00am – 11.00am 
Lindum Railway Station

Community feedback session

Thursday 21 November 
4.00pm – 6.00pm
Lindum Railway Station

Community feedback session

Tuesday 26 November 

6.30am – 9.00am 
Lindum Railway Station

Supporting documents

Lindum-Station-Precinct-Study-Fact_Sheet.pdf
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