Monday 24th Sep, 2018
W-Class Tram. Photo: Yarra Trams

First retired tram to become coffee shop

The first of Victoria’s latest batch of retired trams will be awarded to a joint bud of the Diamond Creek…
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Gawler Line and Ballarat Line projects get Infrastructure Australia approval

Adelaide’s Gawler Line electrification project and upgrades to Victoria’s Ballarat Line have been approved by the nation’s independent infrastructure advisory…
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Brightest young minds to shine again at AusRAIL

The 2018 Young Railway Professionals Innovation Pitching Competition will be a highlight on the first day of the Australasian Railway Association’s annual AusRAIL…
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Business community meets to discuss Parramatta light rail

The Parramatta Light Rail business advisory committee has met with representatives from several small businesses from the area to collect…
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Tram leaving Broadwater Parklands on the Gold Coast Light Rail

Majority support Gold Coast 3A extension, survey says

Over 75 per cent of Gold Coast residents support the construction of a further stage to the city’s light rail…
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ARA to develop partnership with British rail association

The Australasian Railway Association and the UK’s Railway Industry Association have agreed to work more closely together to benefit rail…
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Bombardier Transportation boss upbeat on Australian market

Bombardier Transportation president Laurent Troger says he sees a significant amount of opportunities coming from Australia over the next 10…
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Metro Tunnel works to ramp up

Work is moving forward on Melbourne’s Metro Tunnel project, with extensive excavation and construction soon to get underway in the…
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E-Class Melbourne tram. Photo: Liam Davies

10 more trams ordered from Bombardier Dandenong

The Victorian Government has ordered another 10 E-Class trams to be built at Bombardier’s Dandenong workshops, in a deal to…
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