The ARA has found that national passenger numbers have increased by 5.66 million during the first quarter of 2022.
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ARA have welcomed funding for safety and training initiatives in the recent Federal Budget, as the industry looks to support the nation’s economic growth.
Robbie Pretorius, Transport Head of Services – Australia at SNC-Lavalin, explains how the effective use of Information Management is improving the outcome of Australia’s Inland Rail project by ensuring all stakeholders get the assets and information they need, when they need it.
Clavister, a leader in European carrier-grade cyber-security solutions for mission-critical applications, has announced an order intake from an Australian railway infrastructure company.
Graeme Newton, CEO of the Cross River Rail Delivery Authority, discusses how work is progressing on the mega project and why it will transform travel in Australia’s third largest city.
The Australasian rail industry is experiencing a new wave of growth as it prepares for the new year, writes Caroline Wilkie, Chief Executive Officer of the Australasian Railway Association (ARA). With $155 billion in rail investment planned over the next 15 years, the industry is faced with a once in a…
Stadler has secured its first contract in New Zealand to supply 57 diesel locomotives for KiwiRail, which will help the operator on its journey to be emission neutral by 2050.
The Australasian Railway Association has announced its Rail Freight Action Plan, which will focus on reformation, investment, and a modal shift for the rail freight industry.
The $400 million Port Botany Rail Line Duplication and Cabramatta Loop project looks towards the future of construction, as the Australian Rail Track Corporation (ARTC) awards two new major contracts.
KiwiRail’s electrification project of the rail line between Papakura and Pukekohe has been approved by an independent panel, under COVID-19 fast-track legislation.
ARA's Chief Executive Officer outlined that, with the relevant policy reforms, the country can deliver "a strong rail manufacturing and supply sector for the long term."
The Australasian Railway Association has said that prioritising innovation will provide the certainty needed to support increased private sector investment and would drive skills development and jobs creation in the rail industry.
The ARA has welcomed the policy that will support a strong Australian rail manufacturing sector and strengthen the supply chain.
Australia's 2020-21 Federal Budget is funding and fast-tracking several rail projects, including $102.3 million for METRONET high capacity signalling in Western Australia.