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Posted 17 Jan 2020 07:20 in Victoria by james.au

[quote=potatoinmymouth][quote]@LancedDendrite, I agree with you on many of those things, but IA isnt the problem here, theyre just doing an assessment against best practice project evaluation principl ...

Posted 17 Jan 2020 07:02 in Victoria by james.au

[quote=potatoinmymouth][quote]Also, an overall comment on why this isnt on the NATIONAL priority list. Quite simply its not a national piece of infrastructure. The line as is does the freight task w ...

Thanks for the heads up, I will keep an eye out for them.

I am fascinated, that they have decided to do this.

Big J

I suspect that they need to make a return on them somehow.

[quote=Groundrelay][quote][quote]These guys have all probably got degrees in Business Administration, which automatically means that they know bugger-all about the real world.[/quote]ahhhh I get it no ...

[quote=GoldenGirl][quote]These guys have all probably got degrees in Business Administration, which automatically means that they know bugger-all about the real world.[/quote]I bet the one person who ...

Posted 16 Jan 2020 00:51 in Victoria by james.au

[url=/user/69745][b]@LancedDendrite[/b], I agree with you on many of those things, but IA isnt the problem here, theyre just doing an assessment against best practice project evaluation principles.


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Posted 14 Jan 2020 20:52 in Victoria by james.au

[quote=LancedDendrite]"Infrastructure Australia knocks back North East Rail line upgrade"

https://www.railexpress.com.au/infrastructure-australia-north-east-rail

[quote]The lack of benefit to frei ...

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And talking of stored locos, does anyone know if X48 and X50 have a chance of being reactivated for grain this year (maybe still on SG for running to NSW?) Maybe a long shot but I live in ...

[quote]I asked why the change of transport arrangements and his info was the said company was well less than satisfied with the service they were getting to transport their goods to Melbourne. Some of ...

[quote=BigShunter]I asked why the change of transport arrangements and his info was the said company was well less than satisfied with the service they were getting to transport their goods to Melbour ...

By rail access do you mean train pulls up beside ship and the container gets loaded straight onto the ship?
Richard stroker
Sorry going to clarify my agree here just in case.

On dock  ...

Posted 10 Jan 2020 10:39 in Victoria by james.au

Actually one point to note here is that the private buyers are not in these numbers.  A trader in NSW told me that his firm and another had more grain receivers than GrainCorp's total network last yea ...

When are we going to see the PoM rail strategy?  It has apparently been drafted and was being hyped at one stage soon after the sale but it hasn't been released...

How much freight really needs to be delivered overnight?
8077
In terms of perishability, probably very little of it.

But its a cost issue.  As RTT has said, holding inventory in trans ...

dopey troll
bingley hall
Im going to borrow this for other conversations...

Posted 08 Jan 2020 10:55 in Victoria by james.au

What a disaster for NSW and Qld again.  Plenty of trains to run to NNSW this year again.

Any idea of what the quality is like in the Victorian harvest guys?   High or low protein?

The 789 is already a stretched variant. It's very rare that you get a double stretched variant as the airframe is already at the edge of its engineering capabilities.  Considering the 787-10 is a seco ...

Posted 07 Jan 2020 17:08 in The Lounge by james.au

[quote=justapassenger][quote][quote]It is up to the state Premiers to ask the PM for the military. The PM cannot just say he is sending in the Army.

Any delay for the introduction of the milita ...

Someone on some thread here not that long ago was talking about a new alignment being investigated for somewhere along the Douglass Park-Yerrinbool area (to avoid Picton etc).  I have heard similar th ...

No id say Boeing very much wanted to win it, as much as Airbus, but in this case the airframes on offer didnt work.

Posted 07 Jan 2020 14:24 in The Lounge by james.au

[quote=apw5910][quote]As for the crazies who say these fires will speed up global warming, perhaps they need to go back to school and stop protesting. The CO2 sink will return, however some of the fur ...

Posted 07 Jan 2020 14:14 in The Lounge by james.au

[quote=Donald]It is up to the state Premiers to ask the PM for the military. The PM cannot just say he is sending in the Army.

Any delay for the introduction of the military is due to the state ...

Posted 07 Jan 2020 11:36 in Victoria by james.au

The hassle is breaking up the train right?  Even if they had to do a runaround i wouldnt imagine it would be that much more cost than a balloon?  Which means that the conveyer belt option could work.

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QF has a bunch of unused deposits for now cancelled A380s that are sitting in Airbus bank accounts.  Id always thought that was a pretty big factor in the decision.

More discussion on this over at  ...

Posted 07 Jan 2020 10:35 in The Lounge by james.au

[quote=Graham4405][url=https://tyt.com/]https://tyt.com/ - TYT Network is the largest online news and talk network for the connected generation. (Search is your friend!)

But I have no idea what "in ...

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