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by Steph — last modified Sep 28, 2011 12:53 PM
- Downer formalises Chinese deal — by Rail Express — last modified Dec 04, 2013 12:17 PM
- Downer Rail has formalised an agreement with China’s Changchun Railway Vehicles Company (CRC) for the future manufacture of passenger trains for Australia’s railways, to be based on the model the company has already established with CRC to deliver Sydney’s Waratah fleet of trains.
- Truss pledges government’s support for high-speed rail — by Jennifer Perry — last modified Dec 04, 2013 11:58 AM
- Deputy prime minister and minister for infrastructure and regional development Warren Truss has declared his government’s support for high-speed rail.
- Aurizon, GVK Hancock agree on Galilee Basin railway — by Rail Express — last modified Dec 04, 2013 12:10 PM
- Aurizon and Gina Rinehart’s part-owned GVK Coal infrastructure have reached an agreement on a rail solution as part of their $6bn Galilee Basin rail and port project.
- Innovation the focus at AusRAIL PLUS 2013 — by Rail Express — last modified Dec 04, 2013 01:01 PM
- Australasia’s biggest rail conference and exhibition came to a close on Thursday last week and delegates left the event with a better idea of the state of the industry, what’s available in terms of new products, and where the future of rail lies.
- ARA awards winners announced — by Rail Express — last modified Dec 04, 2013 12:33 PM
- The winners of the Australasian Railway Association's (ARA) annual Rail Industry Awards were announced last week.
- Opposition to introduce Bill to preserve high-speed rail corridor — by Jennifer Perry — last modified Dec 04, 2013 12:22 PM
- The federal Opposition will introduce legislation to Parliament next week to start preserving the 1748km rail corridor for Australia’s proposed east coast high-speed rail network.
- Smoothing rail procurement to save billions — by Jennifer Perry — last modified Dec 04, 2013 12:59 PM
- A new report has been launched that shows if the coordination and planning for heavy rail passenger rolling stock were improved, governments could save around $6bn over the next 30 years.