Milton railway station, Brisbane

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Milton
Milton Railway Station, Queensland, Aug 2012.JPG
Station statistics
Address Milton Road, Milton
Coordinates 27°28′08″S 153°00′19″E / 27.4689°S 153.0052°E / -27.4689; 153.0052Coordinates: 27°28′08″S 153°00′19″E / 27.4689°S 153.0052°E / -27.4689; 153.0052
Line(s)
Platforms 4 total (2 side platforms, 1 island platform)
Other information
Accessible Handicapped/disabled access
Station code 600279 (platform 1)
600280 (platform 2)
600281 (platform 3)
600282 (platform 4)
Owned by Queensland Rail
Fare zone 1 (TransLink)
go card Top-Up and Purchase
Services
Preceding station   Queensland Rail   Following station
toward Bowen Hills
Ipswich and Rosewood Line
toward Rosewood
toward Bowen Hills
Springfield Line

Milton Station is a railway station in Milton, Brisbane, Australia on the Ipswich and Rosewood and Springfield lines.

The station includes a walkbridge to Suncorp Stadium and is also immediately adjacent the famous Castlemaine Perkins brewery in Milton.

History[edit]

Milton Station opened in 1877, which was followed by the intensified development of Milton in the 1880s.[1]

On Friday 11 June 2010, The Queensland Government approved mixed use development at Milton station, which will see Milton station covered with office and apartment buildings.[2]

Milton station will get a new ticketing office, updated public amenities, increased visibility across platforms & new access points off Milton Road & Railway Terrace. The new apartments are called The Milton Residences & will be a part of Queensland's first transit oriented development.[3] The development is planned to be completed by 2015.

Platform Usage[edit]

1: All outbound services to Springfield Central and Ipswich/Rosewood (excludes pm peak services for Ipswich/Rosewood)

2: Off peak inbound services from Ipswich/Rosewood and am peak and off peak inbound services from Springfield Central

3: Pm peak Ipswich/Rosewood services (most running express to Darra stopping at Indooroopilly)

4: Am peak services from Ipswich/Rosewood and all pm inbound pm peak services

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Stirling Hinchliffe (11 June 2010). "Minister approves Milton Transit Oriented Development". Queensland Government. Retrieved 12 June 2011. 
  2. ^ "Get on track at The Milton". The Milton Residences. Retrieved 2014-01-09. 

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