Thursday 23rd Jan, 2020

TAA to deliver Safeworking training in Victoria

Training Ahead Australia (TAA) will begin delivering safeworking training in Victoria next month on approved networks from Handsignaller through to…
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Coal train derails in central Queensland

Coal trains have been disrupted in central Queensland, near the town of Middlemount. An unloaded coal train operated by Aurizon…
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NZ Nationals criticise Auckland light rail timeline

The New Zealand National Party have thrown cold water on promises by the NZ Transport Minister that a light rail…
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WA businesses receive capability funding

West Australian businesses have received funding to prepare to locally deliver rollingstock for the state’s Metronet project. Eight businesses have…
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Tram drivers to go on strike during Australian Open

Yarra Trams services will be disrupted during off peak hours on Tuesday, January 28, and Thursday, January 30. The Victorian…
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New approach to level crossing safety wins award

A joint research paper on safety assessment for level crossings has won an international award. The paper, prepared by KiwiRail…
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Reduced dwell times to cut Sydney CBD light rail travel time

Sydney’s light rail has become 10 percent faster due to reduced journey times. The 12-kilometre service between Randwick and Circular…
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Weather, industrial action affects rail performance in Victoria

Victorian rail operators have fallen short of their monthly targets in December, while light rail operator, Yarra Trams met its…
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