Monday 20th May, 2019

Labor to meet with stakeholders for Suburban Rail Loop planning

The Andrews Labor Government is due to meet with representatives from Melbourne suburbs for consultations on the first stage of…
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Shorten promises $20m for TAFE-focused rail technology campus

The Labor Party has proposed that it will invest $20 million into a Rail Technology Campus (RTC) at the Chullora…
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Demolition commences on Perth level crossing removal

Procurement and demolition works have begun on the Denny Avenue level crossing removal project in the Perth suburb of Kelmscott….
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MTM’s Performance Manager on the importance of stakeholder engagement

Metro Trains Melbourne’s Performance Manager Jeremy Yeates answers a few questions ahead of the Metro Rail Stations & Terminals Summit…
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PTV posts improved performance in April despite works disruption

Public Transport Victoria (PTV) has improved its public transport reliability figures in April across its Metro Trains, Yarra Trams and…
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SA Transport Minister says too early to rule out rail privatisation

South Australian Transport Minister Stephan Knoll has refused to rule out privatisation of the state’s train and tram network. The…
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GS1 conference heads to Sydney, V/Line recognised in Melbourne

Supply chain standards developer GS1 Australia will take its Nexus 2019 conference to Sydney this Friday, after Victorian operator V/Line…
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Canberra light rail arrives late but under budget

Stage one of the Canberra Light Rail project has come in $32 million under its contracted budget for a final…
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