List of News and Media Articles
- 29 March 2022
The Morrison-Joyce Government is investing record amounts in infrastructure and regional development projects through the 2022-23 Budget as part of our plan for a stronger future, to make our nation wealthier and stronger, create tens of thousands of jobs and drive economic growth.
- 17 March 2022
When the Inland Rail project is built, it will be the most transformative project Narrabri and the people who call it home have seen in their lives.
- 15 March 2022
New modelling shows Inland Rail could cut freight transport costs by up to $213 million a year, resulting in huge savings for businesses and industries that use the line and further driving the growth of regional Australia.
- 02 March 2022
Steelworkers in South Australia will manufacture 147,000 tonnes of steel for key rail projects across Australia, including the nation-building Inland Rail, providing an important economic boost for the state.
- 03 February 2022
More than 1.3 million concrete sleepers needed to build Inland Rail will be manufactured in regional Queensland and New South Wales, sparking new economic opportunities and creating new jobs.
The Australian Rail Track Corporation (ARTC) has signed contracts worth $143 million with Austrak, one of Australia’s largest manufacturers of railway sleepers, to supply sleepers for the Inland Rail project.
- 03 December 2021
The Liberal and Nationals Government’s delivery of Inland Rail is continuing to generate opportunities for local businesses, create new jobs and boost the economic fortunes of regional Australia.
- 01 November 2021
Farmers and producers in North West New South Wales will be able to take full advantage of the current strong agricultural export prices with a key section of the enhanced Inland Rail freight line open ahead of grain harvest season.
- 01 November 2021
Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce speaking at a press conference on Inland Rail at Moree.
- 13 October 2021
Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce interview with Steve Austin.
- 20 September 2021
More towns and communities in New South Wales will soon be reaping the benefits of Inland Rail, as the project continues to breathe new life into regional economies.
The Australian Rail Track Corporation has progressed agreements with Laing O’Rourke (Freight Connect) and Acciona CPB Joint Venture (ACACPB JV) for the detailed designs and civil works construction planning for critical sections of Inland Rail in New South Wales.