The Australasian Railway Association (ARA) congratulates ACT Labor in securing another four years in office after ACT Greens MLA Shane Rattenbury announced his support for Katy Gallagher. The number one agreement between the two parties is an immediate commitment to Light Rail in Australia’s Capital.
The Australasian Railway Association (ARA) welcomes the findings released today in the Canberra Airport study The Impact of a Second Sydney Airport Not Being Built which confirms the ability for a high speed rail link to alleviate the need for a second Sydney Airport.
By calling for Light Rail planning experts, Premier O’Farrell’s Government is proving its commitment to cutting Sydney’s CBD congestion.
Last week, the Federal Parliament passed legislation to establish Australia’s first National Rail Safety Investigator.
In a never to be seen again event, five major rail freight companies will couple their latest locomotives together as one train to travel Adelaide - Port Augusta return on Friday 14 September.
The Australasian Railway Association (ARA) welcomes the ACT Greens’ Light Rail Plan released today by Greens Transport spokesperson, Amanda Bresnan.
More than 300 business, industry and community leaders will come together today at Sydney’s Town hall to launch the Transport Reform Network (TRN), a cross-industry coalition aiming to address Australia’s looming transport crisis by seeking changes in the scoping, funding and pricing of transport infrastructure.
According to the Australasian Railway Association (ARA), the URS cost estimates of $600-$860M for a 13km light rail network connecting Gungahlin and Civic should be re-examined.
Decades of debate are threatening to destroy the chances of Australia securing a High Speed Rail (HSR) network and the desperately needed alternative to Sydney’s only Airport.
The Australasian Railway Association (ARA), on behalf of the Australian Rail Industry is stressing today that rail fatigue management is much more sophisticated than shift time limits and therefore, rail should be able to manage its fatigue using modern risk management methods.
Visitors invited to witness future of Rail at Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre.
Rail CEO’s are announcing the establishment of the first national rail safety Foundation, the trackSAFE Foundation, in Brisbane today at the largest rail conference in Australasia, AusRAIL PLUS 2011.