Wednesday 20th Feb, 2019

KiwiRail revenue up 12pc

New Zealand’s national rail operator KiwiRail has posted improved financials for the first half of FY19, with overall revenue up…
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Significant evolution in overhead wire roll out and tensioning methodology

The concept of running dual overhead wire under final tension parameters has become an Australian reality, with the commissioning of…
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ATSB closes Kyogle collision investigation

The Australian Transport Safety Bureau has discontinued an investigation into a fatal level crossing collision after finding the driver of…
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Two bridge replacements for WA’s South West Mainline

West Australian network operator Arc Infrastructure will replace two rail bridges during a six-day shutdown of the South West Mainline…
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Dalla Valle praises Parkes progress

Pacific National has praised NSW deputy premier John Barilaro’s move to establish a ‘special activation precinct’ to help streamline development…
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Port Botany. Photo: Sydney Ports

NSW Ports says study disproves Newcastle claims for container growth

A new study commissioned by NSW Ports says its plan to develop Port Kembla as the state’s next container port…
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Port Hedland level crossing removed

The opening of a 95-metre road bridge has signalled the completion of works to remove a road-rail level crossing at…
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Aurizon accepts CQCN undertaking, will work for improvements

Aurizon has formally lodged an access undertaking for the Central Queensland Coal Network (CQCN) which conforms with the final decision…
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City trains: Smaller operators enjoy greater customer satisfaction

The latest city rail passenger survey from Canstar Blue has revealed smaller operations in Perth and Adelaide have the highest…
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