Tuesday 28th Feb, 2017
Scott Peters , Solutions Director, Certus. Photo: Certus

Looking into the crystal ball to keep the rail industry on track

ANALYSIS: Scott Peters explains how rail companies can best take advantage of sophisticated technologies including asset management systems, IoT and…
Read More

Resleepered track on WA's Leonora Branch Line. Photo: Brookfield Rail

Brookfield working on “extensive” flooding damage to East-West railway

Heavy flooding in Western Australia has left four key railways out of action this week, including the key connection between…
Read More

Perth B-series train. Credit: Creative Commons / DBZ2313

Labor wants Morley-Ellenbrook underway by 2019

WA Labor has extended its push to win over voters ahead of the March election, committing to have the Morley-Ellenbrook…
Read More

Photo: Google

Fluor wins Guinea Alumina mine, rail contract

US firm Fluor Corporation has won an engineering and program management consultancy contract for a major bauxite mine, rail and…
Read More

Photo: Level Crossing Removal Authority

Contract signed for Hurstbridge Rail

A $395 million deal for the removal of a pair of level crossings, the duplication of the Hurstbridge line, and…
Read More

Perth B-series train. Credit: Creative Commons / DBZ2313

Labor makes $3bn Metronet key election issue

Western Australian Opposition Leader Mark McGowan has put the Labor Party’s election hopes behind a $3 billion plan to dramatically…
Read More

(Indicative image only) Artist's impression: Melbourne Metro Rail Authority

How Australia can spread the benefits of our bulging infrastructure pipeline

ANALYSIS: With one of the world’s largest infrastructure pipelines, Australian governments could leverage their procurement spending power to benefit the…
Read More

Graphic: Auckland Transport

Major CRL tender talks begin

Tender documents have been distributed for candidates looking to design, procure, install and commission all tunnel track work and rail…
Read More