Saturday 20th Apr, 2019

Providing real-time advice to make drivers and networks more efficient

An Australian-developed driver advisory system aims to improve the efficiency and capacity of railways without the need for expensive track…
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Bombardier CBTC to ease congestion in Melbourne

Rail Express spoke with Bombardier Transportation’s Head of Rail Control Systems for Asia Pacific, Gregory Enjalbert, about the cutting-edge signalling…
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Mt Isa recovery on track

Queensland Rail boss Nick Easy says the Mt Isa line is on track to reopen between late April and the…
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Bundaberg resignalling continues with second set of crossing works

The second of four level crossings is being upgraded in Bundaberg as part of a $21.8 million resignalling project by…
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Bombardier’s obstacle detection system ready to help operators

Innovative obstacle detection technology can help make complex light rail networks safer and more efficient. Bombardier Transportation says its Obstacle…
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Perth B-series train. Credit: Creative Commons / DBZ2313

New app launched by Transperth

The West Australian Government has launched an updated Transperth app for public use after a successful testing phase. The Transperth…
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Alstom-Siemens merger blocked by EU

The global merger of rail technology firms Alstom and Siemens Mobility is off, after the European Commission decided to block…
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Saffioti orders review of Huawei deal: Report

WA will reportedly review a $136 million rail communications deal awarded to a Huawei joint venture in 2018, after the…
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