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The Gold Coast will get another rail service next month.
Queensland Transport Minister Rachel Nolan says trains will leave the new Varsity Lakes station for the first time on December 14.
Ms Nolan told State Parliament the $324 million line from Robina to Varsity Lakes is the first extension of the Gold Coast rail network in a decade.
"The new Varsity Lakes station sets the benchmark for station design and features 300 commuter car parking spaces, 50 bike lockers, a bus interchange, a taxi rank and a kiss and ride or passenger drop-off facility," she said.
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