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Premier Anna Bligh says a new underground railway station will be built in Brisbane's CBD.
Albert Street has been chosen as the best site for a new underground railway station in Brisbane's CBD.
It will service a proposed new rail tunnel under the Brisbane River, linking Salisbury in the south to Wooloowin in the north.
Ms Bligh has told a budget estimates hearing at Parliament House it will be the first new city station in 100 years.
"A station in Albert Street will provide a link directly to the heart of the CBD and make travelling to popular destinations such as the mall, the botanic gardens and QUT Gardens Point campus a lot easier," she said.
Ms Bligh says a feasibility study is continuing on the cross-river rail project.
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