1. Fourteen ongoing station upgrades in Brisbane - $105.747-million
2. Cross River Rail ongoing - $1,483.325-million
3. Ongoing implementaion of European Train Control (QR) - $169.1-million
4. Gold Coast Light Rail Burliegh extension ongoing (GLink) - $50.447-million
5. Below rail maintenance South East Queensland (QR) - $108.712-million
6. Below rail maintenance Western and South Western systems (QR) - $8.558-million
7. Below rail maintenance North Coast Line (QR) - $32.718-million
8. Below rail maintenance West Moreton System (QR) - $47.76-million
9. Below rail maintenance for remainder of QR network - $28.493-million
10. Mt Isa Line capacity upgrades ongoing (QR) - $10-million
11. North Coast Line capacity upgrades ongoing (QR) - $23.553-million
12. Duplication from Beerburrum to Nambour ongoing - $38.884-million
13. Various New Generation Rollingstock upgrades ongoing - $144.078-million
14. Rollingstock Expansion ongoing (20 six-car trains from Downer Maryborough) - $35-million
15. Third track Roma Street to Exhibition - $0.8-million
The government noted the twenty new trains from Downer will total $600-million with delivery by 2025, with a follow up order of 45 trains possible.
An additional $300-million over ten years will be spent at Downer to upgrade all of the tilt sets, plus the IMU 160 and SMU 260 series fleets. A $1-million business case is being developed by Downer to replace carriages on the Westlander, Inlander and Spirit of the Outback.
The government is also committed to reacquring the now closed Aurizon Rockhampton Workshops "to develop a rail maintenance, manfacturing and logistics centre to support local suppliers to manufacture components for Queensland built trains".