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.

Aussies and Kiwis: A rail comparison

Dr Phil Laird argues that Australia should consider implementing some of New Zealand’s rail incentives.

Saffioti talks up the role of rail in WA’s freight future

Minister Rita Saffioti has addressed the Heavy Haul Conference in Perth.

From the ground up

How a ground-based warning system improved outcomes for safety and the environment. Traditionally, the sounding of a loud train horn …

From automatic to autonomous

To meet the demand for safer, more efficient and increasingly sustainable mobility, railways are taking the next step forward towards …

Key promotion at DCWC

The provider of quantity-surveying, project management and other services has appointed Andrew Loh to a higher role.

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 …

Shaping the Future

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

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 …
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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.

Getting smart about bearings

Combining the latest technology with a century of expertise, SKF is ensuring that bearings are providing ever more uptime for …

Pacific National/Linfox announcement of property signing at Adelaide Freight Terminal

A new agreement is expected to accelerate development of co-location logistics solutions to ensure efficiency in costs and service delivery.

Day-One Project Visibility with Today’s Best Building Information Modelling Tech

You need to know where you’ve been to plan where you want to go with information modelling technology.

Kuranda Scenic Railway returns to full timetable

In a sign life is returning to normal, the Kuranda Scenic Railway is back to two services a day.
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