List of News and Media Articles
- 02 June 2020
Josh Irvine and Megan Seis, of Narromine and Dunedoo respectively, are off to Charles Sturt University as two of four students to be awarded scholarships worth up to $20,000 under the Australian Rail Track Corporation (ARTC) Inland Rail Skills Academy program.
- 01 June 2020
Hannah Davies from Temora is off to Charles Sturt University as one of four students to be awarded a scholarship worth up to $20,000 from the Australian Rail Track Corporation Inland Rail Skills Academy.
- 27 May 2020
Inland Rail offers a clear track for further investment into northern New South Wales, with an economic study released today by the Liberal and Nationals Government outlining growth in food processing, logistics hubs and consumer warehousing in towns along the rail line.
- 01 May 2020
The Australian Rail Track Corporation (ARTC) will be led by Mr Mark Campbell for the next five years following his appointment as Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer.
- 27 April 2020
The Federal and Queensland Governments are calling for public consultation on the draft Terms of Reference for an independent panel of expert hydrologists and engineers to inform the proposed flood modelling and structural design of the Inland Rail construction.
- 23 April 2020
The Australian Government has welcomed additional public health and safety measures implemented by the Australian Rail Track Corporation (ARTC) on national rail infrastructure projects during the COVID-19 pandemic.
- 21 April 2020
Four regional students considering an undergraduate degree at the University of Southern Queensland have been awarded scholarships valued at up to $20,000 each as part of the Australian Rail Track Corporation’s (ARTC) Inland Rail scholarship program.
- 13 April 2020
Intermodal hubs and new freight provisioning centres are amongst 16 local project proposals to be further developed with support from the Australian Government’s $44 million Inland Rail Interface Improvement Program.
- 16 March 2020
Regional communities across Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland will benefit from the boost of up to $13.3 billion in Gross Regional Product over the next 50 years off the back of Inland Rail’s construction according to a new report released by the Australian Government.
- 28 February 2020
Investigating the viability of the Lockyer Valley Inland Rail connection is one of four projects selected to be fast tracked as part of the Inland Rail Interface Improvement Program (II Program).