How we’re helping to protect our staff and communities
As part of our ongoing efforts to protect our employees and the communities in which we work, we’re strengthening COVID-19 vaccination requirements for our community events, including Community Consultative Committee meetings, and offices.
Following a comprehensive review of our COVID-19 health and safety controls and the effectiveness of COVID-19 vaccines, vaccination will be a condition of entry for visitors at all Australian Rail Track Corporation (ARTC) offices and ARTC Inland Rail-run events from 31 January 2022.
We will continue to monitor and comply with State Government directions as required, including compliance with Public Health Orders.
Thank you in advance for your understanding and support of vaccination as a condition of entry to ARTC events and offices.
If you have a medical exemption from COVID-19 vaccination, or if you have any other queries or concerns at any stage, please let us know so we can discuss alternative arrangements with you.
IMAGE: Inland Rail staff member wearing a face mask
February 20, 2024
Narrabri to North Star Phase 2 PIR Noise Mitigation Options Assessment Report
This report was prepared as a response to the NSW Planning Secretary’s request for a Preferred Infrastructure Report (PIR) with a section assessing noise mitigation options. It specifically addresses the following request: "Assess and prepare a report on the effectiveness and feasibility of potential noise mitigation measures including at-source barriers (including noise walls and wheel walls), at-property noise mitigation and other alternative options for residences in Moree bounded by the Gwydir Highway, Newell Highway, Oak Street and River Street."
February 19, 2024
Narrabri to North Star: Operational noise mitigation fact sheet
An information sheet outlining the approach Inland Rail uses to assess noise impacts and potential mitigation measures. It introduces key concepts and considerations related to noise barriers and at-property treatments.