Major Projects & Infrastructure, Uncategorized

Aotea going underground brings big changes to central Auckland

The start of work underground on Aotea Station is said to be a significant milestone for the City Rail Link …
Legal & Compliance, Safety, Standards & Regulation, Signalling & Communications, Workforce, Certification & Training

Network control officer saves the day with emergency ‘stop’ command

QR has implemented “proactive safety actions” to address the design and implementation of its train driver management of competency process following …
Major Projects & Infrastructure

Key promotion at DCWC

The provider of quantity-surveying, project management and other services has appointed Andrew Loh to a higher role.
Freight Rail, Major Projects & Infrastructure

New rail bridge installed at West Tamworth

The swanky new rail bridge is expected to provide better links between Tamworth and Port Botany.
Digitalisation, Products & Technology

Leveraging digital twins to boost rail maintenance and asset management

Conrad Winter, head of strategic projects at Willow, explains how digital twins can enable stakeholders across rail networks to make …
Digitalisation

Shaping the Future

Siemens Mobility CEO for Australia and New Zealand Raphaelle Guerineau discusses the trend towards industry digitisation, including benefits, challenges and …
Major Projects & Infrastructure

Shovels hit dirt to remove Ovingham Level Crossing

Torrens Road is to be raised over the existing Ovingham level crossing, meaning motorists will no longer be delayed in …
Major Projects & Infrastructure

Work on Waterloo Station progresses

Work on Waterloo Station has required the deployment of two large cranes.
Safety, Safety, Standards & Regulation, Workforce

Rail prepares for R U Ok Day on April 29

The challenges of global pandemic make this special day for the rail sector all the more relevant.
transport infrastructure
Major Projects & Infrastructure

Another level crossing set for the axe

For too long, the Mt Derrimut Road level crossing is said to have made the lives of locals a misery.