I think these are the figures we were looking for...they were in the 2015/2016 QR Financial Report that Fatty previously shared.
Freight movements In 2015-16, Queensland Rail had total railings of approximately 20 billion gross tonne kilometres (GTKs) of freight by operators Pacific National and Aurizon (inclusive of Brisbane Service Area movements). The regional system and commodity details of these freight movements are:
• Mount Isa line (Stuart to Mt Isa and Phosphate Hill) - 5.7 billion GTKs of mineral concentrates, intermodal and general freight, sulphuric acid, fertiliser and cattle generating $91.06 million access revenue. This also includes access revenue from maintenance services, light engine/shunts and project repayments. Around 50-60 trains per week, track capacity of 88 trains per week.
Track maintenance expenditure - $50-million plus $25-million to replace 41km of rail and sleepers.
• West Moreton system (Ipswich to Miles) - 2.1 billion GTKs of coal, wheat and sorghum generating $46.39 million access revenue. This also includes access revenue from maintenance services, light engine/shunts and Access Facilitation Deeds ($8.52M). It does not include the South East Queensland portion of coal services. Track capacity of 113 trains per week
Track maintenance - $13-million, plus $2.5-million for additional upgrades for industry (Oakey meatworks)
• North Coast line (Caboolture to Cairns) - 6.8 billion GTKs railing containerised and general freight, industrial products, sugar and molasses generating $44.89 million access revenue. This also includes revenue from maintenance services, light engine/shunts, on track vehicles, and project repayments. It also includes the NCL portion of revenue from Mount Isa services. Gympie North to Rockhampton 149 trains per week, Rockhampton to Mackay 121 trains per week, Erakala to Proserpine 122, trains per week, Home Hill to Ayr 140 trains per week, Ayr to Pioneer 172 trains per week, Pioneer to Giru 200 trains per week, Giru to Nome 243 trains per week, Townsville to Cairns 42 trains per week.
Track maintenance expenditure - $86.91-million, plus $100-million to begin work for increased train lengths.
• Central West line (Emerald to Winton) - 85 million GTKs of livestock and Gypsum generating $170,000 access revenue. This also includes revenue from maintenance services and ASSCO (Australian Society of Section Car Operators).
$17-million to replace 22 bridges
• Regional West line (Emerald to Clermont) - 30.7 million GTKs of livestock generating $43,000 access revenue. This also includes revenue from maintenance services.
• South Western line (Toowoomba to Wallangara and Thallon, plus Miles to Quilpie) - 139.5 million GTKs of agri-business freight generating $957,000 access revenue. This also includes revenue from maintenance services, Southern Downs Steam railway and ASSCO.
$3.7-million for bridge and sleeper replacements