ALC names new CEO

Brad Williams has been appointed as the new chief executive officer (CEO) of the Australian Logistics Council.

Monitoring overhead electrics

The OHCAM system has made the process of identifying potential faults from pantograph and overhead network video recordings easier.

Port Botany rail contracts awarded

Two major contracts have been awarded for the construction of the $400 million Port Botany Rail Line Duplication.

Round-the-clock works on the Rushall Curve (with timelapse footage)

Metro’s maintenance and renewal team has been replacing track infrastructure on the sharpest bend on the Metro network in inner …

Holland growing markets Down Under

Holland, L.P, a specialty flashbutt welding service provider from North America, is growing its Australian footprint with its new-to-market technology …

Green light for Mariyung fleet from ONRSR

The Mariyung fleet of trains has received the last tick of approval from the independent Office of the National Rail …

The sounds of silence

The mighty Roman Empire stood for many centuries but there were some enemies that even it could not defeat. No, …

CQUniversity and the digitalisation path to predictive maintenance

How the Centre for Railway Engineering at Central Queensland University is using advanced simulation techniques for railway maintenance applications.

ATSB welcomes appointment of new chief commissioner

Angus Mitchell has been appointed chief commissioner and chief executive of the Australian Transport Safety Bureau by the Australian government.

Signalling the way forward

A contract to install and commission signalling on the next stage of Inland Rail is reflective of a company on …

Report confirms light rail delivers real community benefits

Light rail is experiencing a resurgence as governments recognise its value in managing population growth.