Monday 21 March 2022

A Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) Inland Rail Supply Chain Mapping Report, has found that a shift t

Wednesday 02 March 2022

The Australian Rail Track Corporation has signed a $292 million contract with Liberty Primary Steel, which will see 147,000 tonnes of steel manufactured in Whyalla, So

Friday 04 February 2022

The Australian Government announced that Australian owned and operated, Martinus Rail, has been selected to deliver approximately 570km of track l

Thursday 03 February 2022

The Australian Rail Track Corporation (ARTC) signed a contract worth $143 million with Austrak for the manufacture of 1.3 million concrete sleepers for the Inland Rail project

Monday 01 November 2021

Inland Rail is on track in North West New South Wales with priority construction work on approximately 29kms of track between Bellata and Moree on the

Friday 15 October 2021

Residents along the Inland Rail corridor from Narrabri to North Star (N2NS) will soon have access to improved mobile phone coverage thanks to a partnership between the Australian Rail Track Corporation (ARTC

Monday 20 September 2021

The Australian Rail Track Corporation (ARTC) has appointed Laing O’Rourke (Freight Connect) and the Acciona and CPB Contractors Joint Venture (ACACPB JV) as preferred proponents for the detailed design and civil works planning for construction of Inland Rail in parts of New South Wales (NSW) and

Tuesday 07 September 2021

The Australian Rail Track Corporation (ARTC) has entered into a collaborative framework agreement with BHQ joint venture (BHQ JV) for the detailed design and civil works planning for construction of Inland Rail between Whetstone and Gowrie.

Wednesday 09 June 2021

Inland Rail’s construction is already making a real difference for regional businesses and once operational the freight rail line will provide an alternative transport option for hundreds of supply chains that traverse Australia’s east coast.

Thursday 13 May 2021

On Wednesday 28 April 2021 more than 100 businesses attended the Forbes Shire Council contractor information night to hear about the commercial and employment opportunities from infrastructure projects such as Inland Rail.