Don’t abandon plans for high-speed rail in Australia – just look at all the benefits
Fast rail and high speed rail solve different issues for Australia's regions
Connecting Australia’s cities and regions by rail
In-Depth Focus: High-Speed Rail
Fast train worth another look
Albanese puts high speed rail at the centre of COVID-19 recovery
Nothing moves slower in Australia than fast rail
Why the very fast train project could be our coronavirus cure
A Tale of Two Cities…and Four Coastal Plains
Badgerys Creek sets high-speed rail back 40 years
Approaching a tipping point for high-speed rail in 2019
Though it is tempting to see setbacks in the development of high-speed rail around the world, Torkel Patterson – Vice- Chairman of the International High Speed Rail Association (IHRA) – believes we are entering a golden age of high-speed rail.
Italo leads the way in private open-access high-speed services
Italy’s Italo – Europe’s first private open-access high-speed operator – entered the market in 2012 with its first services on the Milan–Florence–Rome–Naples route. Following steady growth in passenger numbers and the procurement of a strong fleet of comfortable and efficient rolling stock, Paolo Belforte, Chief Operations Officer, reflects on the operator’s entry to market and highlights their success so far.
A plan to deliver faster, more efficient and reliable rail in Australia
Danny Broad, CEO of the Australasian Railway Association (ARA) discusses recent developments in Australia where the re-elected Morrison Government will promote its ‘Faster Rail’ plan and strategy for East Coast High Speed Rail over the long-term.
This article first appeared on www.globalrailwayreview.com
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