Current COVID restrictions across New Zealand have slowed down tunnel boring machine (TBM) operations in Auckland. Read more
Construction workers at all City Rail Link (CRL) project sites have downed tools in the wake of the snap COVID-19 lockdown in New Zealand. Read more
Construction continues along the Narrabri to North Star (N2NS) section of the Inland Rail alignment in NSW, despite the statewide lockdown recently imposed to arrest a major surge in COVID cases. Read more
The Rail, Tram and Bus Union (RTBU) has joined the calls for freight workers to be given higher priority in the Federal Government’s COVID-19 vaccine rollout program. Read more
For Melbourne to return to a safe COVID normal on transport, the Victorian government will need to encourage more commuters to travel in off-peak periods, a report from Infrastructure Victoria has found. Read more
Unions and industry associations have proposed extra protections for rail workers as the response to COVID-19 continues across Australia. Read more
Face masks and coverings are becoming an increasingly common feature on transportation networks across Australia. Read more
In an exclusive interview with Rail Express, Mark Campbell, CEO and managing director of ARTC sets out his vision for the national rail track organisation.
COVID-19 broke down long standing curfew policy barriers in record time because they made sense to both the supply chain industry and communities alike, writes ALC CEO Kirk Coningham.
After COVID-19 lockdowns, public transport patronage has settled back at a ‘new norm’ of 60-70 per cent of pre-pandemic patronage, a new report from Infrastructure Australia has found. Read more