Australia faces significant challenges in meeting its rail infrastructure needs. But now you have found the best source for all your project needs - wherever you are in Australia. Both government and private sector operators can rely on this online directory for the construction, maintenance and operations of railway infrastructure.
ProjectLink covers the entire spectrum of rail products and services in design, engineering, construction, maintenance, and asset management of rail infrastructure systems. This comprehensive database lets you browse the right type of products and services for your existing or upcoming rail projects.
This comprehensive list of railway products and services can help one meet the challenges of railway management and construction in the best possible way. The suppliers listed below are engaged in providing quality railway products that are manufactured from latest technologies.
ProjectLink is a comprehensive directory to find the best options for railway construction equipment and services. This online database provides a complete rail network infrastructure management and maintenance solution to ensure the growth of the Australian rail industry.View less
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The Palaszczuk Government has today confirmed a $70 million pipeline of projects for Downer EDI’s Maryborough workshop.Read More
Initial works have begun on the $5.4 billion Cross River Rail project, which has been fully funded by the Queensland State Government in the recent State Budget.Read More
The Sydney Light Rail tunnel is a step closer to completion after the breakthrough site at Moore Park marking the start of construction for a key connection between Surry Hills and the Moore Park sporting and entertainment precinct.Read More
Major demolition works have now begun in order to make way for the new Pitt Street and Martin Place metro stations, two of the 31 stations on Sydney’s new 66 kilometre rail system.Read More
The Cross River Rail project has reached a significant milestone, with construction companies invited to tender for the demolition of the GoPrint site at Woolloongabba.Read More
Minister for Public Transport Jacinta Allan has announced the Box Hill Transit Interchange Steering Committee, which will work towards a business case for the redevelopment of the Box Hill station and bus interchange.Read More
Works are underway on the second stage of the $440 million Murray Basin Rail Project, which will continue the upgrade and conversion of over 1,000 kilometres of track to standard gauge.Read More
Track laying is now complete at Rouse Hill, where the new world-class Sydney Metro maintenance facility will be based.Read More
With the rapid emergence of disruptive technologies taking hold around the world, Queensland is examining its transport infrastructure priorities as the State moves towards a connected transport future.Buildings | Mining | Parks & Outdoor | Ports | Railways | Roads Read More
While talk of a high speed rail has been on the cards for over three decades in Australia, the Consolidated Land and Rail Australia (CLARA) plan now hopes to galvanise these ideas, turning them into a palpable reality.Railways Read More
Metro Rail Tunnel Early Works officially begun on Monday 19th December 2016, with the first CUBIS Systems BVCI™ communications cable pit installed in central Melbourne, Australia.Buildings | Railways Read More
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