Mango Hill Station Upgrades Well Underway

Construction is progressing well for the expansion of the Mango Hill park ‘n’ ride facilities, which will also see the relocation of the kiss ‘n’ ride/taxi zone and bus facility on Meyers Circuit.


Read: Expansion of Mango Hill Station Park ‘N’ Ride Facilities Now Underway


Temporary route changes to accommodate construction work will begin on 21 November 2022. The bus stop at Mango Hill station will be temporarily closed until December 2022.

Meanwhile, a new bus stop will be located across the road on Meyers Circuit. The relocated bus stop will maintain its existing length to cater for four 12.5m-long buses, which will make it safer and more efficient for passenger drop offs.

Plans for Site 1 (Photo credit: tmr.qld.gov.au)

Commuters who use Bus Routes 681, 682, and 687 are advised to use the alternative stops on Halpine Drive near Talara Way, which 250 metres away, and the Freshwater Creek Road near Brushwood court, which is around 400m away.

The upgrades at the Mango Hill park ‘n’ ride facilities will mean more parking for commuters, as the site is expected to provide up to 150 new parking spaces.

The project also includes lighting and CCTV cameras for the safety of customers and better visibility in the area.

Plans for Site 2 (Photo credit: tmr.qld.gov.au)

Construction of Site 2 is for the informal parking area currently next to the station. A new parking facility will also be created on vacant land adjacent to this.

Once complete, the entire project will provide a total of 280 new free spaces and six accessible parking bays near the Mango Hill train station to improve access to public transport for customers with disabilities.

This project is jointly funded by the Queensland and Australian governments, with the Queensland Government allocating $6 million and the Australian Government, providing $4 million.


Read: Plans Finalised for $10-Million Mango Hill Station Upgrades


For further updates about the project, visit the Department of Transport and Main Roads’ website.