Passenger Rail, Research & Development, Safety, Standards & Regulation, Signalling & Communications, Signalling & Communications

Advanced signalling tested on Melbourne HCMT

A High Capacity Metro Train (HCMT) with advanced signalling technology is about to get its first run through the Melbourne …
Digitalisation, Technology and IT

Project i-TRACE and rail efficiencies

The Australasian Railway Association wants industry to take advantage of new data management standards and processes via Project i-TRACE.
Freight Rail, Major Projects & Infrastructure

Brad Williams appointed Australian Logistics Council CEO

Brad Williams has been appointed as the new chief executive officer (CEO) of the Australian Logistics Council.
Freight Rail, Major Projects & Infrastructure

Port Botany rail contracts awarded

Two major contracts have been awarded for the construction of the $400 million Port Botany Rail Line Duplication.
Operations & Maintenance, Products & Technology

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 …
Condition Monitoring

A world of progress

With six monitoring patents either issued or pending for the market from the Australian business alone, Siemens Mobility is setting …
Condition Monitoring

If you see it, you can monitor it

With well over 200 systems deployed worldwide and multiple site installations on every inhabited continent, Wabtec is leading the way …
Passenger Rail, Rollingstock & Manufacturing

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 …
Legal & Compliance, Major Projects & Infrastructure

Coordination required on infrastructure: ARA

The Australasian Railway Association (ARA) has called for greater national coordination to drive innovation and maximise the benefits of infrastructure …
Condition Monitoring, Technology and IT

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.
Major Projects & Infrastructure, Operations & Maintenance, Plant, Machinery & Equipment

TasRail looks to Tasmanian firm to design and build new shiploader

TasRail is finalising negotiations with a Tasmanian business on the design and construction contract for its new shiploader at Burnie.