Despite the number of trespassing incidents increasing from 788 to over 1,600 during February 2020, Metro Trains Melbourne's overall performance saw an improvement.
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Bombardier Transportation has introduced into passenger service the final New Generation Rollingstock (NGR) train for the Queensland Government.
The PTA contract will require Alstom to manufacture and maintain the newest generation of C-series trains for the growing rail network in Perth.
The new facility will allow innovative technologies to be tested and integrated without impacting or disrupting the rail network.
Metro Trains Melbourne hosted the experts from MTR Elizabeth Line and MTR Nordic Group to share expertise, gain insights and experiences into passenger experience initiatives across their respective countries.
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?
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.
Vossloh Tie Technologies has won contract which will see concrete ties supplied to Rio Tinto Koodaideri mining project in North Western Australia by 2020.
Bombardier has supplied and maintained 78 B-series Electric Multiple Units over the last 15 years for Western Australia’s Public Transport Authority (PTA).
Rio Tinto has been celebrating the successful deployment of AutoHaul™, the world’s first automated heavy-haul long distance rail network.
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 removal of level crossings throughout Melbourne will not only make the railways safer but will also reduce congestion around the city.
The Australasian Railway Association (ARA) has released its priorities policy development paper ahead of the 2019 federal election.