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Posted in Press Releases on 2005-12-05 15:18:04
The landscape for the mainline heritage operators in Tasmania is presently bleak without the added concerns of closure of the majority of the network. Removal of funds from mainline operations and increasing insurance costs will be highly detrimental to the ongoing preservation and operation of Tasmania’s Rail heritage.
The views expressed in this media release represent the views of TATRail which represents Tasmania’s 9 tourist railways including the 4 major mainline tourist operators specifically Don River Railway, Derwent Valley Railway, Burnie Rail and the Tasmanian Transport Museum Society.
Posted in South Australian Rail News on 2013-11-27 18:16:01
Transport Services Minister Chloe Fox said passengers now using buses in the North Eastern suburbs, Inner Northern and Southern suburbs or any Tram service can access real-time passenger information with more than 3500 stops now connected to Adelaide Metro’s Real-Time Passenger Information system.
“Following the successful release for buses travelling through the three O-Bahn interchanges; Klemzig, Paradise and Tea Tree Plaza, the State Government has now connected Real-Time to more than 3,500 stops across the network,” Ms Fox said.
“The information shows not only how far away a specific bus is to their stop, but also if that bus is wheelchair accessible.”
Using any internet-capable device, commuters can log onto the Adelaide Metro website, access the real-time information and know exactly when their service will be arriving via GPS technology installed in vehicles as part of the Metrocard ticketing system.
As an update to the 9 March Media Release the following information is now to hand.Katherine, the first locomotive for use on Alice Springs to arwin Railway construction trains was successfully loaded onto its road transport at Roe Creek, south of Alice Springs, this afternoon, with the T hief Minister Claire Martin in attendance.
Posted in Victorian Rail News on 2013-11-30 17:56:53
IF THE Coalition government can reopen the Echuca to Toolamba rail line, what is preventing the Napthine government from reopening the Castlemaine to Maryborough rail line and creating the Regional Rail Link from Geelong via Ballarat, Maryborough and Castlemaine to Bendigo?
A media release from Premier Napthine and Transport Minister Terry Mulder on Thursday, September 19, 2013, espouses the fact 6000 jobs have been created because of the Coalition government's investment in better rail services.
An audit of the interstate rail network has recommended investment of $507 million to transfer two million tonnes of freight per annum from road to rail.