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The ARA launched its Faster Rail Report in February 2021.
The report sets out a three-step plan required to get Australia's network up to speed and highlights how the rail industry can deliver faster, more reliable and more frequent services, both through upgrades to its existing network and the creation of dedicated fast rail projects.
Read more on the report and its key findings:
Full report - Faster Rail
Fact sheet - Faster Rail in Australia
Fact sheet - Faster Rail in NSW
Fact sheet - Faster Rail in VIC
Fact sheet - Faster Rail in QLD
Consumer research - The impact of faster rail in NSW, Victoria and Queensland
Media release - Research confirms faster rail key to post pandemic growth
Media release - Sydneysiders to lead post COVID rush to regions but faster rail needed
Media release - Geelong Fast Rail to cut travel times, fuel post pandemic regional book
Media release - Investment needed for SEQ fast rail network
For more information, contact ARA Director Corporate Services Emma Woods.
This article first appeared on ara.net.au
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