Tuesday 25th Feb, 2020
Electronic Authority. Photo: 4Tel

Electronic Authority functionality a success on CRN

4Tel’s recent work installing Electronic Authority functionality on a NSW rail network is just one example of where digital technology…
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NSW TrainLink. Photo: Creative Commons / Abesty

Maitland support centre to track customer safety

NSW Trainlink on Tuesday opened its new state-of-the-art Regional Customer Support Centre at Maitland Station to provide 24 hour, seven…
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Subway station. Public Domain

$280m contracts continue New York’s CBTC rollout

VIDEO: The installation of Communications-Based Train Control (CBTC) in one of the world’s most-used rail networks will continue, with a…
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Politics reportedly delaying Metro timetable

Melbourne newspaper the Age has claimed the new Metro timetable is being delayed by the Andrews Government’s hesitation to remove…
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CAF AM class train Auckland. Photo: Creative Commons / Dc4444

After tough transition, electric takes over in Auckland

CAF-built electric trains will be operating on all of Auckland’s lines from next Monday, July 20, with a tough transition…
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Perth B-series train. Credit: Creative Commons / DBZ2313

WA consulting market on Perth transport Wi-Fi

WA’s Public Transport Authority has launched a market consultation tender on behalf of the WA Government, to investigate providing free…
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Cranbourne Line. Photo: Creative Commons

Key players to duke it out for major crossing removal tender

John Holland and Leighton Contractors, each already part of their own four-crossing removal contract in Victoria, are pitted against each…
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Aurizon train on Queensland Rain Network. Photo: Aurizon

Aurizon’s new CQCN systems to automate condition monitoring

Aurizon’s new rollingstock condition monitoring technology will be fully supported on its Central Queensland Coal Network (CQCN) by early next…
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