Train services resume following Brisbane ‘police incident’

UPDATE @ 11.45 AM | Train services have resumed following an earlier police incident in Brisbane which forced trains to be suspended.

Translink confirmed a short time ago that the incident has now been cleared.

“All train lines have resumed between Roma Street and Bowen Hills stations following an earlier incident requiring emergency services.”


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Train commuters are being warned to still expect residual delays of up to 30 minutes.

Buses remain in place to assist transporting passengers.

EARLIER @ 9.00 AM | Anyone catching a train this morning is being told to expect significant delays due to a police incident in Brisbane.

All train lines, including the Gold Coast line, have been suspended between Roma Street and Bowen Hills stations.

Queensland Police alerted commuters to the incident in a post on social media around 8.00am on Saturday.

They say buses have since been tasked with moving passengers between Albion, Milton and South Brisbane.

It’s understood the incident began in Fortitude Valley around 6am and remains ongoing.

People are being warned to expect delays of up to an hour.

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