Friday 23 October 2020

The Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the Narrabri to North Star (N2NS) project has been approved by federal and state regulatory bodies, providing the project with the green light for Inland Rail construction.

Friday 09 October 2020

In the 2020-21 Budget the Australian Government announced four complementary initiatives to Inland Rail. These initiatives will bring benefits by:

Tuesday 15 September 2020

Construction on the first section of Inland Rail, Parkes to Narromine (P2N), wrapped up this morning with an event in Peak Hill, NSW.

Monday 07 September 2020

Expressions of interest for the second round of the Inland Rail Interface Improvement Program (II Program) opened on Monday 17 August and close on Friday 18 September 2020.

Monday 06 July 2020

New research on the long-term investment opportunities and economic uplift from Inland Rail is a valuable resource for communities, industries and governments so they can plan ahead to realise its benefits.

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Monday 06 July 2020

The Regional Intelligence report for Victoria found Inland Rail can sustain another 940 full-time jobs by the rail line’s 10th year of operation for areas alongside the rail line between Melbourne and the New South Wales border.

Altogether, Inland Rail is capable of a $4.6 billion boost to gross regional product for the 49 local government areas covered in this research over a 50-year period. Those outcomes build on the jobs and economic uplift from construction and operation outlined in the 2015 business case for Inland Rail.

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Monday 06 July 2020

This economic study found Inland Rail can support a further 670 full-time jobs by the 10th year of its operation and a total $3.8 billion boost to gross regional product over its first 50 years for areas between Narromine and the Victorian border.

It’s a boost that builds on the construction jobs and uplift identified in Inland Rail’s 2015 business case.

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Monday 06 July 2020

This research report found that Inland Rail could sustain another 590 full-time jobs for the areas between Brisbane and the New South Wales border by its 10th year of operation. 

Overall, Inland Rail can deliver a $3.1 billion increase to southern Queensland’s gross regional product over its first 50 years of operation.
 
This builds on the jobs and uplift from construction and operation in the 2015 business case for the infrastructure project.