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3 September 2019 | By
Danny Broad, Chief Executive Officer of the Australasian Railway Association (ARA), provides an overview of three exciting and innovative projects being implemented by Australian rail freight operators which highlight how rail freight in the country is being transformed.
The Australian Rail Track Corporation (ARTC) has launched an Inland Rail Skills Academy aimed at creating opportunities for communities along the alignment across Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland.
Despite the AU$150 billion investment in rail, the industry is still feeling the pinch from the lack of skilled workers to complete designated projects, but can an action plan from NTC provide the answers?
Although successful high-speed rail services bring a multitude of benefits, various challenges still exist in establishing new networks. However, many believe an optimistic future for high-speed is ahead. This In-Depth Focus explores the success of Italy’s open-access operator, how Australia is delivering its Faster Rail initiative, and a status update…
As patronage on public transport continues to grow, so too do incidents of anti-social behaviour and violence towards transport staff but now Australian public transport operators are taking a stand.
The ARA has called for more to be done to fully implement reform and ensure national consistency across the rail regulatory sector
What projects, developments and innovative solutions are available to help transform rail freight operations in the digital era? This In-Depth Focus examines the latest methods to make rail freight more environmentally friendly, more cost-effective, more efficient and much safer.
ARA Chief Executive Officer, Danny Broad, and ARA’s Chairman, Bob Herbert AM, will step down from their respected positions at the end of 2019.
The Australasian Railway Association (ARA) has released its priorities policy development paper ahead of the 2019 federal election.
A proposed fast rail line between Geelong and Melbourne has received a significant investment from the Australian government.
With freight between Melbourne and Brisbane set to double by 2050, Australia requires dedicated rail freight infrastructure that avoids Sydney.