Friday 22nd Sep, 2017
Photo: Auckland Transport

Transport Auckland appoints new chief executive

Transport Auckland (AT) has appointed Shane Ellison, a senior figure in the multinational Transdev, which runs Auckland’s passenger train network,…
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Federal government seeks project proposals for speeding-up rail services

The federal government has issued its call for the development of business cases that will create faster rail services on…
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Your digital edition of the Rail Express August Issue is here!

Rail Express is proud to announce the release of its 2017 August Issue, along with a special supplement on Women…
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Nambour station gets accessibility upgrades and a splash of colour

Upgrades have been completed at Nambour Station, part of the Queensland government’s $212 million program to make rail travel more…
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Two fortescue locos - Photo FMG

Price gap widening for FMG’s lower grade ore

Fortescue’s next chief executive will have to deal with a harsher discount on the company’s lower-grade iron ore, with analysts…
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Liddell Power Station. Photo: Public Domain

Report: Rail capacity challenging coal plant supply in NSW

Fairfax is reporting coal-fired power generators have been struggling recently to secure coal supply for their power plants, in a…
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Inland Rail

Inland Rail field studies begin in Queensland

A number of field studies towards the Environmental Impact Statements for the Gowrie to Kagaru sections of Inland Rail are…
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ARA chief executive Danny Broad at AusRAIL 2016. Photo: Informa Australia

ARA names Next Generation Scholarship winners

The Australasian Railway Association has announced the six rail graduates who have won AusRAIL 2017 Next Generation Scholarships. ARA boss…
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Port of Fremantle - Photo Fremantle Ports

Increased road subsidy to boost container rail to Fremantle

The Western Australian government will attempt to put more freight on rail and reduce truck congestion on the route to…
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