Including recommendations for urgent investigation and implementation of some smaller capital projects, a package of specific service frequency improvements for metro and regional trains and the tram network, urgent consideration of specific rolling stock projects and related issues, higher priority on some previously approved projects on which progress appears to be lagging, funding of intensive planning to finalise the scope, concept design and business cases for already announced specific large and smaller infrastructure projects, and more.
This submission has been prepared by Rail Futures Institute in the public interest. Rail Futures is an independent non-partisan group formed to advocate cost-effective rail and intermodal solutions for public transport and freight problems based on sound commercial, economic and social reasoning. Rail Futures members include very experienced rail professionals, urban planners, engineers and economists….
Presentation by Dr Bill Russell to Brimbank Council on Monday, 7th August 2017, explaining the Rail Futures Institute Air Rail proposal and the impact this would have on Sunshine Station as a main inter connecting hub. Also the impact of Ballarat rail corridor proposals.
Efficient, low cost supply chains are critical to Australia’s export competitiveness and the nation’s growing freight task. The freight task increased 50% in the ten years to 2016 and is predicted to increase by a further 26% in the next 10 years1. Transporting this export and domestic freight task will require increased supply chain infrastructure…
The argument for dedicated, reliable, comfortable and regular airport trains from the CBD and regional centres. Better than freeways, bus services, and light rail. Trouble viewing the brochure? Download the PDF.
Study outcomes and proposal for the development of Melbourne Airport railway, regional and future high speed links. Trouble viewing the proposal? Download the PDF.