Farmers and landowners will be able to sell construction materials such as rock, gravel and soil from borrow pits and quarries to supply the Inland Rail project.
Construction has officially begun on Inland Rail, with a formal ground breaking ceremony taking place in Parkes this week.
With an increasing need for alternatives to traditional railway line track construction, Boral has introduced a new and durable asphalt rail pavement construction product to the Australian market – Railpave.
A new report says the rail industry needs to address its fast-developing labour crisis to avoid a substantial blowout in project costs and delivery delays across Australia and New Zealand over the next 10 years.
The Australian Rail Track Corporation has awarded a $23 million geotechnical investigations contract in preparation to build the 8.5 kilometres of tunnels on Gowrie to Kagaru section of Inland Rail.