Wednesday 19th Dec, 2018

Disability compliance the focus of $18m pedestrian crossing program

An $18 million program to ensure Perth’s pedestrian level crossings comply with disability standards has begun, with 22 crossings to…
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Future crash investigators getting unique experience in Bundaberg

CQUniversity’s Bundaberg campus offers students a rare opportunity to get real, hands-on experience in rail safety, derailment and collision investigations….
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Parliament disclosure reveals BHP derailment clean-up task

WA’s environment minister has told Parliament up to 16,000 litres of diesel and 30,000 tonnes of iron ore were spilt…
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Police respond to level crossing collision in NSW Central West

NSW Police says the driver of a Subaru station wagon received lacerations to his legs and chest pains after a…
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Protecting passengers and drivers: Impact testing glass in rollingstock

Ballistic & Mechanical Testing is working with train manufacturers and owners to ensure windows are properly impact-tested, and keep their…
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Next two level crossings tabbed for removal

The Andrews Government will remove level crossings in Surrey Hills and Mont Albert and build two new stations in the…
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PN-Aurizon collision caused by faulty on-board information system, Bureau says

A faulty on-board information system has been blamed for the collision of a Pacific National train and an Aurizon train…
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BHP: Emergency air brake not properly engaged prior to Pilbara runaway train

BHP has suggested driver error may have been a factor in last fortnight’s runaway train and eventual derailment on its…
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