Rebecca Pickering speaking at the National Safe Work Month event

October 28, 2021

Mental health at the forefront of Inland Rail & MATES in Construction partnership

The Australian Rail Track Corporation’s (ARTC) Inland Rail project is proud to announce a $100,000 partnership with MATES in Construction - a charity established to reduce the high level of suicide among Australian construction workers.

Thumbnail image of the Managing Rail Corridor Fencing fact sheet

October 8, 2021

Managing rail corridor fencing

Information about the management of rail corridor fencing along the Inland Rail alignment.

Harvest safety ad campaign

October 8, 2020

Stay safe at level crossings this harvest season!

With this year’s harvest season expected to yield a bumper crop, please be vigilant and safe by taking extra care at level crossings.

Level crossings fact sheet

August 23, 2021

Level crossings fact sheet

Level crossings are an important part of rail networks because they enable vehicles and pedestrians to cross railway tracks safely.

May 1, 2020

Border to Gowrie works notification: site investigations and aerial lidar survey, North Star NSW to Acacia Ridge QLD, May and June 2020

  • November 2021

March 25, 2020

NewAccess Program supporting landowners and communities along Inland Rail flyer

March 1, 2020

Border to Gowrie work notification: cultural heritage surveys and photography, Gowrie, Pampas, Brookstead QLD, March and April 2020

  • November 2021

January 1, 2020

Managing air quality impacts fact sheet

Air quality impact assessments will determine the potential impacts to nearby sensitive receivers, and if any measures are needed to reduce and/or mitigate these impacts.

January 1, 2020

Border to Gowrie works notification: field studies, Border to Pampas QLD, January to February 2020

  • November 2021

January 22, 2021

Managing noise and vibration fact sheet

When Inland Rail is operational it will have the potential to generate noise for residents in locations including their own homes, schools and in hospitals. We term people in the community who may be impacted by noise as ‘sensitive receivers’.

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