Logan commuters can catch another train to Brisbane from next month, when 32 new services come to south-east Queensland.
Another service will depart Beenleigh station at 4.33am every weekday, arriving at Brisbane Central at 5.39am.
The service will start on March 2, along with extra trains from Cleveland, the Sunshine Coast, Gold Coast and Shorncliffe.
Transport and main roads minister Mark Bailey said with the 462 weekly services added last year, there would be 212,000 extra seats across the south east.
"We're delivering more train services than ever before," Mr Bailey said.
"Close to 190 million trips were taken on public transport in 2018-19, and after two record years, we're on track for another record 12 months when it comes to patronage."
The plan supported commuters, he said.
Queensland Rail CEO Nick Easy said the organisation had been reviewing its operations across South East Queensland and identified an opportunity to deliver these service improvements, within its existing available resources.
"These changes will reduce empty train running across the region by 1,460 kilometres per week - delivering extra services for our customers instead," Mr Easy said.
"The trains will operate 45 weekly services on the line, replacing older train models, and their deployment will be supported by a new NGR stabling facility coming online at Woombye.
"To ensure the smooth rollout of the trains and to boost our customer service, we'll be ramping up our staff presence at Glass House Mountains, Beerwah, Landsborough and Palmwoods stations from March 2."