Monday 17th Jun, 2019

Rio Tinto AutoHaul trains establish WA as ‘global leader’ for rail technology

Mining major Rio Tinto has joined the Western Australia Government and technology partner Hitachi Rail STS to celebrate the successful…
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Melbourne summit shines light on Australia’s mid-tier contractors

Prominent mid-tier Australian contractors want a better opportunity to contribute to state infrastructure projects being led by larger international conglomerates….
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Hub could put more logs on rail

KiwiRail chief executive Todd Moyls says a potential rail hub near Dannevirke, in the rural south of the North Island,…
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Recycled polymeric sleepers a green, long-lasting alternative

The wooden sleeper is one of the longest-standing components of railway construction, but recycled polymerics can now offer a green…
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Applying the lessons of Gotthard to the local market

Passenger rail owners and operators in Australia and New Zealand are keen to embrace the digital revolution to enhance the…
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FORG welcomes Mt Isa funding

Pacific National boss and chair of Australia’s Freight on Rail Group (FORG) Dean Dalla Valle has praised the commitment by…
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Mobile myki service approaches 100,000 user milestone

The Mobile myki system launched by the Victorian Government has been used by nearly 100,000 users since its public implementation…
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Congestion: Melbourne is Tudge’s ‘main concern’

Alan Tudge says Melbourne is his biggest concern when it comes to fulfilling his role as Australia’s minister for ‘congestion…
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Toorak Road crossing removal contract awarded

Victoria’s Level Crossing Removal Authority has awarded an $89 million contract to remove the level crossing at Toorak Road where…
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