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February 2, 2022

Meet the team – Steve Smith

Steve Smith is the Senior Project Manager for both enhancement projects: Albury to Illabo and Stockinbingal to Parkes.

December 13, 2021

Noise consultation on southern NSW projects

Our project teams across the three southern NSW projects will be consulting affected landowners throughout December and January to discuss the potential for noise during operations, and how we will apply feasible and reasonable management measures.

December 13, 2021

Meet the team – Francisca Lew

Francisca Lew is a technical advisor engineer supporting all of the southern NSW projects as they undertake engineering design reviews.

December 13, 2021

Grocer Bernardis keen to support Forbes progress

Grocer Joseph Bernardi is excited by Forbes’ potential growth in business confidence and opportunities through Inland Rail.

December 7, 2021

Inland Rail works for Stockinbingal to Parkes get green light

Construction works on the Inland Rail Stockinbingal to Parkes project will begin in late 2022 following planning approval for two works packages.

October 14, 2021

Meet the team – Ivan Milicevic

Ivan Milicevic is the Senior Planner across all three projects in southern NSW managing the integrated schedule to support timely delivery of the works.

August 27, 2021

Forbes accommodation ready to welcome Inland Rail

The Town & Country Motor Inn in Forbes is already enjoying a booming business with the increase in domestic travel to regional Australia, and Inland Rail will be a welcomed addition to the town’s accommodation sector.

July 30, 2021

Meet the team – Joel Johnston

Joel Johnston recently joined the team as Social Performance Advisor for the three projects in southern NSW.

July 26, 2021

Expression of Interest for southern NSW construction

An Expression of Interest (EOI) to deliver the Albury to Illabo and Stockinbingal to Parkes brownfield enhancement projects was issued to approved registrants on 22 July.

July 8, 2021

Historic Forbes pub eyes future with Inland Rail

In 1887, Sir Henry Parkes stood on the balcony of Forbes’ Vandenberg Hotel, then known as the Court House Hotel, and spoke to about 2000 people assembled on the street below. It was the beginning of his fourth term in politics and he was leading the charge to improve railways.

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