Tuesday 26th Sep, 2017
First train arrives in Christchurch after Kaikoura quake. Photo: Kiwirail / Facebook

First freight trains on Main North Line since earthquake

Freight trains have started servicing New Zealand’s Main North Line for the first time since last year’s devastating earthquake, with…
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Level crossing in Melbourne. Photo: RailGallery.com.au

Transport accessibility committee gets two-year extension

The Victorian government has extended the Public Transport Access Committee (PTAC) for another two years, providing advice on major infrastructure…
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Torrens Rail Junction project animation. Graphic: DPTI South Australia

Three crossings removed for Torrens Junction project

With major excavation works beginning for the rail underpass at Torrens Rail Junction, marking the start of the late phase…
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Melbourne Metro rail tunnel. Graphic: Victorian Government

Engineers set to benefit from projects boom

A surge of major infrastructure projects is set to drive up wages in the engineering sector, with almost two-dozen multi-billion-dollar…
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Rio reportedly targeting sale of Hail Creek and Kestrel

Following the sale of its Coal & Allied mine assets to Yancoal, Rio Tinto will reportedly move to sell its…
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ROI open for Parkes-Narromine section of Inland Rail

The federal government and the Australian Rail Track Corporation are calling for registrations of interest for the Parkes to Narromine…
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Trash trains investigation opens to submissions

The independent investigation into the cross-border transportation of waste into Queensland via road and rail has been opened for public…
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Palaszczuk at Downer's Maryborough workshop. Photo: Facebook / Annastacia Palaszczuk MP

Palaszczuk spruiks Downer’s recent Maryborough success

Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has visited Downer’s workshops at Maryborough, and discussed its $70 million in projects, including rollingstock overhauls…
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