Wednesday 22nd May, 2019

Driving customer satisfaction and business growth through safety

Bombardier Transportation Australia’s approach aims to promote safety as a driver of cultural change, and satisfaction for its end user….
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V/Line train. Photo: Victorian Government

V/Line to benefit from influx of new drivers

V/Line has revealed plans to boost driver numbers in Victoria by 20 per cent by the end of 2020. The…
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Infrastructure sector calls on Coalition to convert rhetoric into action

Industry think tank Infrastructure Partnerships Australia has called on the Federal Coalition Government to ensure it keeps to the promises…
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Rio awards $137m rail deal

Rio Tinto has awarded a $137 million deal to build a new section of rail embankment and associated infrastructure for…
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Achieving track maintenance efficiencies through better resource management

Maintenance is a necessary evil for any network operator. By harnessing modern intelligent software to optimise the time management of…
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Freight routes key to Northland Rail expansion

A business case for the Northland Rail project in New Zealand has stated that it will provide value if freight…
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Sydney Trains brings carriage occupancy indicators to stations

Commuters at certain Sydney rail stations will now be able to see how crowded trains are in advance thanks to…
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Election fallout: 6 key takeaways for rail

The Liberal-National Coalition looks set to secure a majority government following Saturday’s shock federal election result. Here’s some of what…
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Surprise election result dampens ACT light rail ambitions

The Coalition Government’s poll-defying victory in last Saturday’s federal election has left the future of Canberra’s light rail expansion project…
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