Project update

21 July, 2020

We are consulting with the Coordinator-General to determine the most appropriate level of engagement to support the Border to Gowrie project Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) public notification period, subject to COVID-19 social distancing restrictions.

The project team will also continue to gather data for the Australian Government in relation to the proposed route via Cecil Plains. This data will be used to assess the route against the Inland Rail service offering. The Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications will be appointing an independent consultant to review the data and provide a report to the government for consideration.

Out and about

We value local feedback and knowledge and understand you can’t always come into our Toowoomba office to ask questions about Inland Rail. With restrictions around COVID-19 easing, we’re excited to be back in the community on a more regular basis.

For more information about when we’ll be in Pittsworth and Goondiwindi, please check our upcoming events.

If you would like a one-on-one update on what’s happening in your area, please contact the team to arrange a meeting. We are also available to present to community groups.

We understand and appreciate that some communities may still have concerns or queries about aspects of this project. We encourage people to reach out because we want to get the Border to Gowrie project right.

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