The Albury to Illabo section of Inland Rail is an enhancement of 185km of existing rail corridor from the Victoria-NSW border to Illabo in regional New South Wales.

While we will use the existing rail line, we need to make enhancements and modifications to provide sufficient height and width to support the safe running of double-stacked freight trains.

Works will include enhancements to:

  • rail tracks
  • footbridges and road bridges
  • overhead structures
  • signal structures
  • level crossings.

The Albury to Illabo project is now in the reference design stage. During this time, we are conducting various studies and consulting with landowners and other key stakeholders to finalise plans for this project.

Snapshot

Type

Track enhancement

Length

185km

Anticipated works

Modifying existing structures to support transport of double-stacked freight trains

Status

Reference design

Project map

Enhancement works will take place on the existing track from Albury-Wodonga to Illabo. This track passes through the towns of Albury, Culcairn , Henty, Yerong Creek, The Rock, Uranquinty, Wagga Wagga and Junee.

 

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Enhancement works will take place on the existing track from Albury-Wodonga to Illabo. This track passes through the towns of Albury, Culcairn , Henty, Yerong Creek, The Rock, Uranquinty, Wagga Wagga and Junee.

 

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Albury to Illabo project factsheet - Oct 2020

Albury to Illabo project fact sheet

Information on the Albury to Illabo project, including a project overview, what's been happening, and next steps.

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