Metro Trains specifications include recycled material

Metro Trains specifications include recycled material

Posted in Civil Works, Environment, Industry News, Latest News//February 22, 2019

Metro Trains Melbourne recently altered their specifications to include the use of recycled materials.

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John Holland welcomes 400 new rail staff through acquisition

John Holland welcomes 400 new rail staff through acquisition

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//February 21, 2019

John Holland has enhanced its transport capacity and capability with the completion of a major rail and transport acquisition.

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Infrastructure WA Bill enters state Parliament

Infrastructure WA Bill enters state Parliament

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//February 20, 2019

Legislation to establish Infrastructure WA will be introduced to the Western Australian Parliament this week, with the new organisation’s chair-designate now also appointed.

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New bridge improves safety on major WA ore rail line

New bridge improves safety on major WA ore rail line

Posted in Bridges, Civil Works, Industry News, Latest News//February 19, 2019

A newly opened $18.66 million bridge will provide traffic with free movement over a major iron ore rail line, removing the potential for rail-road accidents at an intersection on Western Australia’s Great Northern Highway.

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Contract awarded for $79M Blue Mountains rail works

Contract awarded for $79M Blue Mountains rail works

Posted in Civil Works, Contracts and tenders, Latest News//February 19, 2019

Sydney Trains has awarded a $79 million contract to adjust the track and overhead wires to allow more trains to travel to the Blue Mountains.

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Skyrail to remove Toorak Road crossing

Skyrail to remove Toorak Road crossing

Posted in Bridges, Civil Works, Industry News, Latest News, Project Report//February 18, 2019

A level crossing at Toorak Road in the inner-Melbourne suburb of Kooyong will be removed using a rail bridge design solution, the Victorian Government’s Level Crossing Removal Authority has said.

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