Monday 30th Mar, 2015
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20 Sydney stations get Opal top-up machines

Transport for NSW has rolled out 28 Opal top-up machines at train stations and ferry wharves across its network, with…
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John Anderson - Toowoomba City Council

Anderson calls for rail innovation

Australian Centre for Rail Innovation (ACRI) boss John Anderson says innovation in the rail industry could be the key to…
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Baird, Coalition secure NSW election win despite swing to Labor

Mike Baird has been re-elected as New South Wales’ premier, as the Coalition won 52 of a potential 93 seats…
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NSW Election: No easy choice for voters

MARK CARTER: With New South Wales election campaigns in full swing, once more it has quickly become obvious that transport…
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NSW Election: Breaking down parties’ promises to rail

NSW voters will go to the polls just 24 hours from now, and all the major transport promises have now…
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Straight railways throw a curveball in heavy haul rail

Heavy haul rail presents many singular challenges, particularly in established markets where interoperability is a requirement that can cripple the…
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First of ARA’s national training courses launched

The Australasian Railway Association (ARA) has launched the National Track Safety Induction (NTSI) courseware, as its first step towards nationally…
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Carolyn Griffiths, RAIB

The global push to improve rail safety | Interview with Carolyn Griffiths, RAIB

Investigating a derailment is a complex, multi-faceted task. No one knows that better than Carolyn Griffiths, who is is Chief Inspector with…
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SA train derailmend April 2014. Photo: ATSB

SA derailment: ATSB says ARTC risk control ‘ineffective’

The Australian Transport Safety Bureau has found that the Australian Rail Track Corporation’s risk control processes were ineffective in the…
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