ARTC seeks partner for QLD Inland Rail projects

ARTC seeks partner for QLD Inland Rail projects

Posted in Civil Works, Industry News, Latest News, Project Report//October 05, 2018

The Australian Rail Track Corporation has opened the Registration of Interest process for a Public Private Partnership to deliver the Gowrie to Kagaru section of Inland Rail.

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Joint venture to scope longest Inland Rail section

Joint venture to scope longest Inland Rail section

Posted in Civil Works, Industry News, Latest News, Project Report//September 12, 2018

The Australian Rail Track Corporation has engaged a joint venture for a feasibility study and environmental impact assessment for the Narromine to Narrabri section of Inland Rail, the project’s longest section.

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EOI sought from local suppliers for Inland Rail

EOI sought from local suppliers for Inland Rail

Posted in Civil Works, Industry News, Latest News, Project Report//August 23, 2018

Following local industry briefings, the Australian Rail Track Corporation is now calling for expressions of interest from suppliers for construction work on the Parkes to Narromine section of the project.

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Building the skills to meet rail demand

Building the skills to meet rail demand

Posted in Civil Works, Environment, Industry News, Latest News, Technology Update//July 23, 2018

With a raft of rail infrastructure projects announced, in progress or on the horizon, does Australia have the skills and workforce to meet demand and deliver and operate these momentous assets?

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EOI called to deliver Perth’s $15M Karel Avenue Upgrade

EOI called to deliver Perth’s $15M Karel Avenue Upgrade

Posted in Latest News, Project Report, Traffic Management and Safety//December 04, 2017

The Australian and Western Australian Governments are calling expressions of interest to design and construct a widened Karel Avenue bridge across the Roe Highway.

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ALC writes to Queensland parliament about freight infrastructure and road safety

ALC writes to Queensland parliament about freight infrastructure and road safety

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Traffic Management and Safety//November 21, 2017

The Australian Logistics Council has written to party leaders in Queensland ahead of the state election, asking them to outline their policies on key issues such as corridor protection, congestion, the development of critical freight infrastructure and improved road safety through the Heavy Vehicle National Law.

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