Arrium to mothball Southern Iron operations that include Peculiar Knob mine in SA
Jobs to go as power stations, mine close, railway suspended
Viterra secures rail services with Genesee and Wyoming Australia for movement of grain across South Australia
Multitrip tickets for Adelaide public transport to be invalid soon
Viterra announces an end to rail freight in the Riverland leaving grain growers with no train transport
Adelaide trains disrupted between Woodville and city after death on rail track at Brompton
Alinta Energy to close power stations at Port Augusta and coal mine at Leigh Creek
Report finds inadequate railway works led to 2013 derailment in outback SA
Seaford rail line: Section of faulty cable to be replaced after wires snap a second time
Serco puts The Ghan, Indian Pacific up for sale
Mount Barker Council chief executive Andrew Stuart has told The Advertiser:
“In the long term, looking at rail as an alternative is sensible. It’s a 20-year project time frame but unless we start studying this now, it will probably never happen…
“It’s about time that the State Government… stepped up with looking at a few of the issues that weren’t dealt with at the time. Transport is one and schooling is another.
“In 10 years, the enjoyablity of Mount Barker has diminished. It wasn’t such a problem to commute to Adelaide as a worker but now people are saying it’s not that enjoyable to drive to work, and ‘I’m getting frazzled by how busy the Freeway is’.”
This article first appeared on www.fiveaa.com.au
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