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Federal cash needed for Cross River Rail to free up state funds: report

Introducing new road tolls and asset recycling were also floated as methods Queensland could use to come up with more money to spend on infrastructure in a new report.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Morrison pledges SEQ road funding, while Queensland seeks Cross River Rail cash

The Prime Minister has announced a $243 million southeast Queensland road funding package but the state's premier has renewed calls for Cross River Rail money.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Trad defends cash-for-access meeting with Cross River Rail bidding company

LNP leader Deb Frecklington said the issue raised serious questions of integrity and accountability.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Tussle over a key Cross River Rail contract's due dates

The opposition has questioned whether a key Cross River Rail contract has been delayed but the government insists it is on track.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Cross River Rail residential development height still up in the air

The Cross River Rail station at Woolloongabba will deliver a new precinct, but how dense the development in the area could be is undecided.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Shorten pledges $500 million to upgrade regional Queensland roads

He also promised to widen the M1 and kick-start the Cross River Rail project, if he becomes Australia's 31st Prime Minister.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Gabba to benefit from Cross River Rail

The Queensland government has announced $2 million for a business case to integrate the Gabba precinct into the Cross River Rail project.
SBS - Published

The largest demolition project in Brisbane since the Executive Building

Early works are beginning to tear down a building to make way for Cross River Rail.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Gabba game-changer gathers pace in Cross River Rail spin-off

It won't change tomorrow. But the Queensland Government is considering the future of the iconic stadium, where fast bowler Peter Siddle took an Ashes hat-trick.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Bruce, M1 upgrades with Cross River Rail part of $45 billion infrastructure budget

Notable inclusions were Bruce Highway and M1 upgrades, Cross River Rail and regional investment such as the construction of Townsville Stadium.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Budget ignores Brisbane's Cross River Rail

Queensland has been granted $5.2 billion for infrastructure projects in this year's federal budget, but Cross River Rail hasn't made the cut.
SBS - Published

Jackie Trad is hoping money for Cross River Rail will be in the federal budget

Urban Infrastructure Minister Paul Fletcher says the $5.4 billion project is already fully-funded by the Queensland government.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •The Age

Cross River Rail tops Qld budget wish list

Commonwealth funding for Cross River Rail has topped the Queensland government's federal budget wishlist despite a commitment to fully fund the line.
SBS - Published

Bill Shorten to back Cross River Rail

Federal Opposition Leader Bill Shorten will back the controversial Cross River Rail project with a $2.24 billion cash splash.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Jackie Trad slams federal government money for Victorian rail link

The federal coalition has offered Victoria funding for a major rail project while denying funding for Brisbane's Cross River Rail.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Trad slams snub of Cross River Rail by Infrastructure Australia

The Deputy Premier criticised the decision to list Brisbane Metro ahead of Cross River Rail, which the government considers to be the state's top infrastructure priority.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Brisbane Metro a 'high priority' on national infrastructure list

However, the state government's Cross River Rail project has failed to move forward on Infrastructure Australia's priority list.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Final five in the running to build Brisbane's Cross River Rail

Combined, the short-listed companies have experience in tunnel projects in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane as well as Europe, the US and South America.
Sydney Morning Herald - Published Also reported by •Brisbane TimesThe Age

Shortlist of Cross River Rail consortia to be announced within a month

Infrastructure companies that lodged expressions of interest for Cross River Rail will be shortlisted next month, allowing the chosen ones to make detailed bids.
Sydney Morning Herald - Published Also reported by •The Age

The people have spoken, now it's time to deliver Cross River Rail

South-east Queenslanders voted overwhelmingly for Cross River Rail. Now, it's time for the Turnbull government to come to the table, writes Anthony Albanese.
Sydney Morning Herald - Published Also reported by •The Age

Katter's Australian Party would want to scrap Cross River Rail in any Labor deal

While Labor is predicted to narrowly win a majority in the Queensland Parliament, the state's third political force would be willing to negotiate.
Sydney Morning Herald - Published

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