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Recent failures involving coal hoppers on the Ulan line

Recently a pair of wagons, former National Rail wagons, of which 50 were built by China Northern at Qiqihar appear to have been placed in a siding.

QR warns passengers about ignoring train station safety

Queensland Rail is pleading with people not to take risks near railways, releasing a video showing the blatant disregard for safety around trains.

Asciano pays over $8m million to CEO John Mullen

Asciano’s executive remuneration 2016 report revealed that CEO John Mullen will have been paid just over $8.

Pacific National's turn at ACCC for Glencore Rail

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has kicked off its investigation into Pacific National's bid for Glencore's Hunter Valley coal haulage business.

Asciano in terrible financial results shocker

Asciano, the ports-rail group that was the subject of fevered takeover bids, hasn’t done too well in this last financial year.

Asian Rail News

169 stories | Newest story posted 2 days ago
EMUs to boost Kuala Lumpur airport rail link capacity

The first of six electric multiple-units which are being supplied by CRRC Changchun to increase capacity on the Kuala Lumpur International Airport rail link was unveiled by Minister of Transport, Liow Tiong Lai at Express Rail Link’s Salak Tinggi depot on October 20.

China-Europe Rail Network Is Taking Next Step

Throughout the 2000s, various different China-Europe rail routes were being beta tested in starts in stops, but it wasn’t until 2012 that 

Rail link to airport not viable from city centre

[justify]Providing a train service up to the Kempegowda International Airport (KIA) could be a better and cheaper alternative to the controversial steel flyover, but the state government seems to have taken little effort to seriously consider the prospect.

Singapore LTA signs transport research agreements

Two agreements on transport research projects were signed by Land Transport Authority and Nanyang Technological University at the Singapore International Transport Congress & Exhibition on October 19.

Xi’an metro Line 3 opens

Xi’an metro Line 3 opened on October 15, running 39·1 km from Yuhuazhai in the southwest of the city to Baoshuiqu in the northeast.


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Harding to lead Aurizon

Freight operator Aurizon has appointed Andrew Harding to succeed Lance Hockridge as Managing Director & CEO, with effect from December 1.

Aurizon announces MD & CEO succession

[center]Aurizon Holdings today announced the impending departure of Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer Lance Hockridge and the appointment of Andrew Harding as his successor.

Aurizon launches Sydney Port Shuttle

On August 30 Aurizon announced it had begun operating a freight shuttle from the Port of Botany to the Enfield Intermodal facility in western Sydney, which it leases from NSW Ports under a 10-year deal.

Aurizon secures new contract with K&S Freighters

[center]Aurizon has secured a new five year contract with K&S Freighters, one of the nation’s leading freight forwarders, worth approximately $20 - $25 million in revenue per annum.

Cityrail News

373 stories | Newest story posted 3 hours ago
City trains reduced for southwest Sydney commuters in 2013

Southwest Sydney commuters are worse off since the Sydney Trains timetable was substantially changed in 2013.

$12b South West rail link through city will save

SYDNEY’S long-awaited new southwest rail line will be the “ultimate congestion buster”, carrying up to a staggering 60 trains an hour.

Uncover Sydney’s hidden past at St James Station

A NONDESCRIPT door at St James Station is the gateway to a hidden world where rail lines, scribbles from war time servicemen and witches’ covens meet.

Newcastle Council votes to back rezoning rail corridor

In what was hailed a “historic” decision on Thursday, Newcastle Council agreed to begin a rezoning process that would see buildings, parks and even affordable housing on the land that once carried the city’s heavy rail tracks.

Developer body's plea to Newcastle councillors

THE Hunter’s peak developer body has emphatically urged Newcastle councillors to back a state government plan that would pave the way for new buildings along the city’s old heavy rail corridor.

Gunzelling Reports

608 stories | Newest story posted yesterday
Gheringhap Sightings w/e 22/10/2016

I have still got a lot of catching up to do before I can get the sightings details up to date.

Gheringhap Sightings w/e 15/10/2016

I have still got a lot of catching up to do before I can get the sightings details up to date.

Gheringhap Sightings w/e 08/10/2016

I have still got a lot of catching up to do before I can get the sightings details up to date.

Gheringhap Sightings w/e 01/10/2016

I have still got a lot of catching up to do before I can get the sightings details up to date.

Gheringhap Sightings w/e 27/8/2016

There were 77 sightings for this week; this is three sightings less than last week, making a total of 2605 sightings for this year to date.

International Rail News

3919 stories | Newest story posted yesterday
Mumbai to Moscow intermodal freight arrives

[color=#000000][font=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]The first containers to be transported on the newly-established north–south freight corridor from Mumbai to Moscow arrived at the Vorsino freight terminal southwest of the Russian capital on October 12, 23 days after leaving India.

Cameroon train crash death toll tops 70

More than 70 people were killed and over 600 injured when a packed passenger train crashed in Cameroon, the president has said while declaring a national day of mourning to commemorate the dead.

B Logistics launches Belgium – Sweden freight service

Belgian freight operator B Logistics has launched its eighth Green Xpress ‘high quality’ freight service, which is the first it has developed in response to demand from the intermodal market.

Siemens to electrify high-altitude metro

ECUADOR: The consortium of Acciona and Odebrecht which is building Quito Metro Line 1 has awarded Siemens a contract to supply electrification systems for the 22 km line.

Minho line electrification contract signed

Infraestruturas de Portugal announced on October 19 that it had signed a contract worth €16m with Mota-Engil, covering electrification of the 44 km Nine – Viana do Castelo section of the route between Porto and Valença on the Spanish border.

Letters to the Editor

145 stories | Newest story posted 2 weeks ago
The truth about the ‘secret’ airport rail meeting

Unfortunately, what we have here is a case of manufacturing controversy from nothing.

Our obsession with freeways is 50 years out of date

There has been no shortage of ideas about how to spend the 

Roaming report on 2016 Sydney holiday by XPT

This morning after nearly 10 years of not having been to Sydney at all or by any means of transport I decided it was long enough and another visit was warranted.

Why short-haul intermodal rail services succeed

Compiled by the Australian government’s Bureau of Infrastructure, Transport & Regional Economics, Research Report 139 looks at the economics of moving containers by rail over distances of less than 1000 km, and particularly at port-hinterland flows serving major conurbations.

Sydney's hidden lake deep underneath the CBD

A fresh water lake has been uncovered underneath Sydney’s CBD, inside an old rail tunnel that was built in the early 1900s.

Model Railways

13 stories | Newest story posted 7 months ago
Trainorama 830 class 847 review

After what seems an eternity, 

Just arrived, 830 class, 849 at a special price of $285

The continuing production run of the 48 Class and 830 Class is proceeding smoothly with the next delivery expected in the first quarter of 2016.

Response to Austrains' announcement of a C30 tank and C30T

Austrains' principal John Eassie has announced on the Austrains website that he intends to produce HO scale models of the NSWGR 30 Class 4-6-4 tank loco

Statement from Ixion Model Railways Ltd

Ixion Model Railways Ltd recently announced the acquisition of the rights, design and tools to the Shrike Models HO scale NSWGR C30T 4-6-0 model locomotive from the new owner of those rights.

Hornby boss quits after third profit warning in five months

Hornby’s chief executive, Richard Ames, has quit less than a week after the model railway maker issued a third profit warning in five months and said it risked breaching a lending agreement with its bank.

Narrow Gauge

46 stories | Newest story posted last month
Rich In History

One of the benefits of working with Puffing Billy locomotives is the chance to discover the rich industrial heritage that come with them, such as the eccentric strap (above and below) which currently resides on 6A, and yet is clearly marked '5'.

D21 - The Return Journey

When D21, the trusty Belgrave yard shunter, came in for its last exam,  it was deemed time to re-tyre the wheelsets based on the level of wear  and how close they were to the condemning limit.

Ashpans & Exams


216 NQR - Part 2

The restoration of 216 NQR, being run by our Tuesday volunteer team, is progressing well.

Bogie in Brief

What, you may wonder, is the next step in the development of the new Fox bogie?

New South Wales Rail News

2331 stories | Newest story posted 3 days ago
Suspended rail line beneath Sydney Bridge costly

The state government considered bolting on a carriageway beneath the Sydney Harbour Bridge or building a viaduct above two lanes of traffic for a new metro rail line but eventually decided tunnelling under the harbour was the best option.

Competition Commission consider future of NSW coal haulage

The Australian Competition & Consumer Commission has released a ‘statement of issues’ inviting comments on Aurizon and Pacific National’s rival proposals to buy Glencore Coal’s rail haulage business.

Rail line decisions political, not rational

Comments  from letter writers that the ‘reasons for the discontinuation of rail services to the far north coast were largely economic’ are incorrect.

Waratah trains a good deal for Sydney

Typically, the initial run of a shiny new train fleet would be feted by politicians eager to claim the credit.

Newcastle rail corridor rezoning proposed

NEWCASTLE councillors have been asked to vote on changes to the city’s planning laws that would allow mixed use development, public recreation, educational and tourist uses on the rail corridor between Worth Place and Newcastle station.

New Zealand Rail News

214 stories | Newest story posted 5 days ago
New intermodal terminal opens at Lyttelton

Lyttelton Port of Christchurch (LPC) has a new ‘inland port’ called MidlandPort, located in Rolleston, about 30 kilometres west of Lyttelton.

AT's airport rail link decision 'deeply flawed'

The report which spurred Auckland Transport's decision to rule out heavy rail between the city centre and Auckland Airport is "deeply flawed" advocates say.

Electric vehicles likely to supersede light rail

“Renewed talk about the need for investment in light rail for Wellington comes as a surprise and would cost a huge amount of money and be a white elephant within a very few years,” Mayoral Candidate Jo Coughlan said today.

Rail group to hold candidates forum

THE Gisborne Rail Action Group will hold a public forum on August 19 where election candidates will be invited to state their position on the Gisborne-Napier rail line.

Petition grows for rail to east Auckland

An online petition for a rail system linking Auckland's CBD to its southeastern suburbs has garnered almost 3000 signatures.

Northern Territory Rail News

206 stories | Newest story posted 7 months ago
Red Centre salt mine progresses on back of major supply agreement

A salt mining company has signed an agreement with Indonesian business PT Damarco Internasional to supply 70 per cent of salt produced from its Central Australian mine.

Northern Australia rail project takes important step

A new rail project crossing the Northern Territory and Queensland border has taken another move forward after the governments agreed to progress the Mount Isa to Tennant Creek railway.

Chinese eye Top End rail investment

China's influential National Development and Reform Commission has asked the federal government for a shortlist of priority projects – including rail infrastructure – as part of a big investment push into Northern Australia.

NT Govt to look at rail between Katherine and Kununurra

A feasibility study to investigate the construction of a railway between the town of Katherine, in the Northern Territory, and Kununurra, in Western Australia, will be commissioned by the NT government.

Northern Territory Government to spend $1m exploring feasibility of Tennant Creek to Mt Isa rail project

The Northern Territory Government has committed $1 million to investigate the feasibility of building a rail line from Tennant Creek (NT) to Mt Isa (Qld).


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Italy's high-speed rail is the Ferrari of trains

There's no doubt the French do trains well.

Sydney Airport passengers shift to train use

Record numbers of people are travelling by rail to Sydney's domestic and international airports to escape road congestion, with one in five travellers now taking the train, says Sydney Airport chief executive Kerrie Mather.

Inland Rail: Only ‘red tape and political gutlessness’ stopping simple project

IT’S a bit like our own infrastructure version of the “Yowie’’ – plenty have seen visions of it, but no-one has been able to capture this magnificent, mythical 1700km rail corridor holding the key to untold economic riches.

Metro Rail Complaints very Victorian

Victorians have known for years that the building of the $11 billion Melbourne Metro Rail Project would be incredibly disruptive to city life.

Other Transport News

363 stories | Newest story posted 2 days ago
Biggest trucks banned from ageing West Gate Bridge

A total ban on the heaviest trucks crossing the West Gate Bridge will start on November 1, forcing more hulking B-Doubles to mix with inner city traffic.

What the hell is going on with Apple and McLaren?

IT’S no secret Apple has been trying to get into the electric self-driving car business.

Port of Melbourne to be sold for $9.7 billion

The Port of Melbourne will be sold to a consortium led by QIC Ltd for $9.

Australia's first driverless bus in Perth

Australia's first driverless and electric shuttle bus has began operating on a road containing other traffic in a trial in Perth.

Press Releases

223 stories | Newest story posted one week ago
Tocumwal Santa's Express

Join us on our next Heritage tour to the Tocumwal Foreshore Markets.

SRHC Special Rail & Rail Trip to Queenscliff

The Seymour Railway Heritage Centre invites you on a special vintage diesel haul heritage railway tour to Geelong on Saturday 8th October, with an option to travel on to Queenscliff by Coach.

South & West Gippsland Transport Meeting with the Rail, Tram & Bus Union

The South & West Gippsland Transport Group will be meeting with the Rail, Tram & Bus Union on Monday the 15th of August.

Candidates urged to back rail's return to South Gippsland

'Candidates urged to back rail's return', The Great Southern Star, Wednesday the 15th of June 2016, Page 14

Queensland Rail News

1573 stories | Newest story posted 4 hours ago
Annastacia Palaszczuk 'furious' over 100 cancelled trains in Brisbane

Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk will not rule out sackings at Queensland Rail (QR) following major disruptions to Brisbane's network on Friday due to a lack of drivers.

Not enough train drivers causes 100 service cancellations

A lack of drivers for Queensland Rail leads to the cancellation of more than 100 train services in and around Brisbane today, TransLink says.

Inland rail host community meeting in Gundy

Border residents now have the chance to meet members of the Australian Rail Track Corporation (ARTC) Project Team at local community information sessions about the proposed Inland Rail study areas across the NSW and Queensland border between North Star and Yelarbon.

Glencore announces closure of Bowen Coke Works

GLENCORE has announced today that it's 83-year-old North Queensland Bowen Coke Works will close over the next few months.

Gold Coast ratepayers gifted $432m for trams

THE State Government spent almost double its original capital commitment for the first stage of the Gold Coast light rail, with ratepayers the main beneficiaries of a $350 million blowout.

Rail Events

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Flinders st station ticket evasion arrest

Kid arrested by thuggish ticket inspectors at Flinders st station in Melbourne.

First train leaves Wodonga's new SCT freight hub at the Logic industrial centre

A NEW chapter in Wodonga’s railway history has unfolded with the first freight train departing the city’s Logic industrial estate.

Breadth of InnoTrans attracts record attendance

Organiser Messe Berlin reports that the 11th InnoTrans trade show held in the German capital on September 20-23 had enjoyed ‘the best set of results in its history’, with record attendances by exhibitors and trade visitors, 149 products making their international debuts and 127 vehicles on display.

S&WTG Meeting 7pm-9pm Thursday September 15 Austral Hotel Korumbura

A message to all supporters, the South and West Gippsland Transport Group will be holding a meeting on Thursday the 15th of September, 2016 at the Austral Hotel, 34 Bridge St, Korumburra VIC 3950 upstairs between 7:00pm and 9:00pm.

The Toronto Branch Line of NSW

[color=#1d2129][size=2][font=helvetica, arial, sans-serif]On June 9 1984, the weekend on which electric services between Sydney and Newcastle commenced, NSW State Rail Authority two-car diesel train 630/730 runs a local suburban service on the Toronto line.

Rail News

3324 stories | Newest story posted yesterday
World rail infrastucture market October 2016

Brazil: A consortium of Tiisa and Comsa has been awarded a R$858·7m contract to build the second phase of São Paulo metro Line 4.

Bombardier Transportation to cut 5 000 jobs

On October 21 Bombardier Inc announced plans to cut approximately 7 500 jobs worldwide as part of a workforce optimisation and site specialisation programme running through to 2018.

World rolling stock market October 2016

Argentina: Under an agreement signed by Trenes Argentinos Operaciones, CRRC and Caterpillar, turbochargers are to be replaced within three months on all 24 locomotives supplied for the San Martín commuter route in Buenos Aires.

Vanessa Giraud

Vanessa Giraud has succeeded [color=#000000][font=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]Pierre Farin as Investment Director at Croissance Rail, an investment fund created by the French government in 2013 with the aim of supporting smaller companies within the railway supply sector.

Railpage Australia News

109 stories | Newest story posted one week ago
Voting open for October 2016 photo comp

Voting is now open for our monthly international photo competition.

Submissions open for October 2016 photo comp

Submissions are now open for our monthly international photo competition.

September 2016 photo comp

Congratulations to wolfpac who has won the September 2016 photo competition with 10 votes.

Voting open for September 2016 photo comp

Voting is now open for our monthly international photo competition.

Submissions open for September 2016 photo comp

Submissions are now open for our monthly international photo competition.

Railway Preservation

22 stories | Newest story posted one week ago
It's back to the future for Flinders Street Station

Mustard must have seemed the perfect colour for Flinders Street Station in 1980.

Streamliners is celebrating 65 years of diesel locomotives in Australia at the Goulburn Rail Heritage Centre

IT has been a train lover's feast at the Goulburn Rail Heritage Centre over the October long weekend.

Zig Zag gets its locomotive on

THE historic Zig Zag Railway is on its way to reliving its former glory with the first train in more than four years travelling the iconic tracks.

6029 Wollongong shuttles CANCELLED

We are very sorry to report that we have had to cancel the Wollongong Shuttles planned for this weekend and the Nowra Shuttles planned for the 8th and 9th October.

GM1 leaves Adelaide for Streamliners in Goulburn

Today Rail Heritage WA's historic Commonwealth Railways locomotive GM 1 departed Islington Workshops in Adelaide on the first step of it's journey to the "Streamliners 2016" event in Goulburn, and then ultimately Perth.

Railway Stories

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Moving mail by rail made for fond memories

A clerk sorted mail on a Railway Post Office car in Kansas City in 1932.

Zig Zag Railway battling adversity to finally get itself back on track

It has been the most frequently asked question from tourists in the area this summer when is the Zig Zag Railway reopening?

Hello everyone from the wilds of Central Burma!

I’m writing to you from Nay Pay Daw, the new capital built from scratch just 10 years ago in a fertile area of rice fields, lakes and rolling hills.

Puffing Billy keeps Australian steam train history alive

Puffing Billy keeps Australian steam train history alive

Art That Makes You Wish You Were There

“Some travel posters show you what you’ll see,” said Nicholas D.

South Australian Rail News

540 stories | Newest story posted 2 days ago
G&W and Macquarie to buy Glencore coal haulage business

Genesee & Wyoming Inc announced on October 20 that it had entered into agreements to acquire mining company Glencore’s Hunter Valley coal haulage business for A$1·14bn.

Work on Outer Harbor rail overpass has started

COMMUTERS will face lengthy traffic disruptions when a crucial part of the $896 million Torrens Rd to Torrens River project is installed in January.

Green power works when there's a daddy to pay

South Australia ran to Canberra for subsidies to protect Arium Steel - which has now been shut down in part because of the state's ruinously juvenile obsession with green power.

Australian railway contract keeps furnaces firing at Whyalla

The first train carrying steel rail for a major upgrade to South Australia’s rail network departed Arrium’s steelworks in Whyalla this afternoon, starting a contract to supply tens of thousands of tonnes of rail over the next three years.

Floodwaters risk breaching SA rail lines

Floodwaters could breach a rail line and flood a township on the northern outskirts of Adelaide, authorities warn.

Tasmanian Rail News

307 stories | Newest story posted 4 hours ago
Steam trains on the right track

THE toot-toot of the West Coast Wilderness Railway’s steam trains is a familiar sound on Tasmania’s West Coast, with trains departing Queenstown and Strahan on half and full-day trips through rugged mountain terrain and dense rainforest year round.

Coal by rail returns to Boyer

After an absence of several years, regular coal deliveries, by rail, to the Norske Skog Boyer Paper Mill in the Derwent Valley in Southern Tasmania is due to resume on the 4th of October.

Rail trail projects delayed for now

The state government’s plan to rebirth old railway lines as cycleways and walking tracks has been delayed after the Legislative Council adjourned a crucial debate on its supporting legislation.

A burning car on the Bell Bay rail line stops freight train service

A FREIGHT train was forced to stop on the Bell Bay line this morning to avoid a burnt-out vehicle which was still smouldering on the track.

Hobart City Council calls for answers on CBD log truck movements

HOBART City Council has asked the State Government to detail what impact 180,000 additional tonnes of logs being trucked through the city will have on CBD traffic.

Train Simulator News

58 stories | Newest story posted 3 months ago
Atlantic High Speed Route & TGV Atlantique

Experience the high speed TGV Atlantique on the 220km Atlantic High Speed route running south-west from Paris Montparnasse to St-Pierre-des-Corps station in Tours, passing through the two high speed stations at Massy-TGV and Vendome-TGV.

BR 7MT Advanced Released for TS2016

This collection includes highly detailed BR 7MT locomotives in six variants, with black and green liveries in clean, intermediate and heavily weathered conditions.

BNSF Mainline Power Now Available

Dekosoft Trains announces its latest release: BNSF Mainline Power.

1960s Diesel Super Power!

Born of the 1960s, Union Pacific’s “35 Trio” – the Electro-Motive GP35, DD35, and DD35A – are now ready for Train Simulator service

Tram and Light Rail News

1002 stories | Newest story posted 2 hours ago
St Petersburg metro trains delivered

RUSSIA: Škoda Transportation´s Vagonmash subsidiary delivered the first three of eight NeVa six-car trainsets to St Petersburg metro Line 3 on October 13.

Liège tram prequalification restarts

Three consortia have submitted bids to prequalify for a revised design-build-finance-maintain concession to build the planned 12·5 km tram route in Liège.

Parramatta Light Rail infrastructure adviser appointed

The New South Wales government has appointed Arup as its infrastructure technical adviser for the Parramatta Light Rail project in western Sydney.

Trams welcomed by Gungahlin voters

Yerrabi voters have largely welcomed the re-election of a Labor-Green coalition and the resultant construction of a tram line to the city.

Election win shows support for light rail in ACT

Labor has promised to immediately begin work on the second stage of light rail, treating its election win as an effective referendum on the project.

Victorian Rail News

4157 stories | Newest story posted yesterday
Rail arsonist sentenced to 14 years

A serial arsonist who volunteered for the CFA and worked for Metro when he caused millions of dollars of damage to trains and the rail network has been sentenced to 14 years’ jail.

Appointment Of New V/Line CEO

Minister for Public Transport Jacinta Allan and V/Line Board Chair Jenny Dawson today announced the appointment of James Pinder as Chief Executive Officer of V/Line.

Candidates back rail's return to Leongatha

Chris Cantlon, David Rasmus and Brian Hess of the South and West Gippsland Transport Group welcome council candidates’ support for the return of rail services.

Airport West residents say railway run-off is flooding their homes

WATER run-off from a neighbouring railway line has left Airport West homes flooded with foul-smelling water, prompting calls for the Australian Rail Track Corporation to mop up the damage.

V/Line to squeeze Albury assets to boost reliability

A plan is in motion to reconfigure trains on Victoria’s regional rail line out to Albury, to boost reliability for customers.

Western Australian Rail News

816 stories | Newest story posted 4 days ago
CBH agrees to be more open freight access

Co-operative Bulk Handling has agreed an enforceable undertaking with the competition regulator that further reduces the WA grain handling group’s hold on the State’s lucrative grain freight business.

WA Labor calls for more local work on rail

ONLY 2 per cent of the total manufacturing work to be done on 10 new railcars bound for Perth will be carried out by WA businesses.

Green light to Pilbara iron ore skyrail project

A WA mining company's plan to build a sky-rail to transport iron ore across the Pilbara has been given the green light by the Environmental Protection Authority.

$27m safety fix for rail crossing

Despite not having a transport minister since the weekend resignation of Dean Nalder, it is understood the State Government will today announce plans for the bridge at the Nicholson Road crossing in Canning Vale.

Transperth rated country's best train network for fifth year running

Transperth train users are a happy lot who love their trains, are carefree about terrorism and endure few delays – but their pet hate is others' loud phone conversations, a new survey shows.

Yarra Trams

115 stories | Newest story posted one week ago
Track renewal work - Brighton Road and Glen Huntly Road

As part of the modernisation of Melbourne's tram network, Yarra Trams and Public Transport Victoria (PTV) are renewing tram tracks on Brighton Road between Glen Huntly Road and Heaton Avenue, and on Glen Huntly Road between Brighton Road and Horne Street.

Tram Network Upgrade - Brunswick Road, Brunswick

Public Transport Victoria (PTV) and Yarra Trams will soon begin refurbishing a power substation at 119 Brunswick Road, Brunswick.

September 2016 performance results

Yarra Trams delivered 98.

Route 86 - Closure of Stop 52 outbound - Tyler Street

As part of the modernisation of Melbourne's tram network, the State Government is investing more than $1.

Accessibility Update - Q3 2016

The Acland Street Terminus is currently being upgraded to a level access stop.

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