Cross River Rail project – application for proposed change to the project – Extension to public consultation period

Closed 21 Apr 2017

Opened 31 Mar 2017


The public comment period on the proposed change was previously open between 25 February 2017 and 27 March 2017. Some people requested additional time to make a submission. In addition, it has been brought to the Coordinator-General’s attention that there are necessary minor technical amendments to some plans and diagrams in Volume 3 of the request for project change documents. Therefore, the Coordinator-General has decided to extend the public comment period until 21 April 2017.

A properly made submission received prior to 3 April 2017 will be regarded as a properly made submission for the purposes of the Coordinator-General’s evaluation of the proposed change unless a submitter notifies the Coordinator-General they wish to withdraw, amend or replace their original submission.

You are invited to make a submission to the Coordinator-General on the proposed change to the project. The Coordinator-General will consider all properly made submissions as part of the evaluation of the application for proposed change to the project.

How to comment

1. Read the application for project change here, including the amended plans and diagrams in Volume 3 of the request for change documents []

2. Provide your submission by clicking on the 'Make a submission' link below


Send your submission to one of the following:

Project manager – Cross River Rail project
Coordinated Project Delivery
Office of the Coordinator-General
PO Box 15517
City East Qld 4002 Australia

Fax: +61 7 3220 6502 

Note: If you wish to attach anything (e.g. maps, images or supporting documents), please use the email option instead of the online form.

What happens next

The Coordinator-General will consider all properly made submissions on the application for project change.


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