Skip links and keyboard navigation

    Your search for Rail returned 13 record/s.
    Cross River Rail Reference Design
    Cross River Rail is a proposed north-south rail line in Brisbane’s inner city, including a new tunnel under the Brisbane River and new underground inner city rail stations. Following technical investigations and community and stakeholder consultation, the Cross River Rail reference design was developed which includes tunnel design, surface track design, station design and entry points, property

    Facilitation of Private Railway Infrastructure
    Key legislation governing railway construction and operation in Queensland was largely enacted in the era of government owned corporation (GOC) railway operations, with the state owning both land and rail infrastructure and Queensland Transport regulating Queensland Rail’s (QR’s) operations. A feature which underpins this regulatory environment is that railways were designed, built and operated

    Transport and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2011
    The Transport and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2011 makes amendments to a number of Acts to put in place better processes or clarify existing legislation. Significant amendments include: Streamlining processes that support the delivery and establishment of the Gold Coast Rapid Transit light rail project and provide for light rail operational and technical requirements. The streamlined admin

    Surat Basin Rail (Long-term lease) Bill 2011
    The Surat Basin Rail project proposes to construct the 210 kilometre ‘Southern Missing Link’ between Wandoan and Banana to enable the large-scale mining and export of thermal coal from the Surat Basin through the Port of Gladstone. Private sector development of the $1 billion plus railway will deliver significant benefits for Queensland including opening up the estimated four billion tonnes of th

    Appointment of Chairperson of the Board of Queensland Rail Limited
    Queensland Rail Limited (Queensland Rail) is a public company limited by shares under the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) and a company Government Owned Corporation (GOC) pursuant to the Government Owned Corporations Act 1993 (Qld) (GOC Act). Key Responsibilities of the Queensland Rail Board include being responsible to the shareholding Ministers for the Company’s strategic direction, governance and

    Appointments to Boards of Government Owned Corporations and Qld Rail
    Energex Limited (Energex); Ergon Energy Corporation Limited (Ergon); Stanwell Corporation Limited (Stanwell); Far North Queensland Ports Corporation Limited (Ports North); Gladstone Ports Corporation Limited (GPC); Port of Townsville Limited (POTL); QIC Limited (QIC); and SunWater Limited (SunWater) are Government owned corporations (GOCs). The Boards of GOCs are established under the Government

    Appointment to the Qld Rail Board
    Queensland Rail is a statutory authority providing essential passenger service functions. The Chair and Queensland Rail Board (the Board) are essential to the effective operation of Queensland Rail (the Authority). The Board’s role are set out in section 15 of the Queensland Rail Transit Authority Act 2013 (the Act) to: decide the strategies and the operational, administrative and financial polic

    Qld Transport and Roads Investment Program - QTRIP
    The Transport Infrastructure Act 1994 requires the annual production and publication of a transport infrastructure works program. The Department of Transport and Main Roads plans, manages and oversees the delivery of a safe, efficient and integrated transport system. The 2015-16 to 2018-19 Queensland Transport and Roads Investment Program (QTRIP) is a four-year program outlining the department’s p

    Revised Rail Transport Services Contract
    The Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) purchases rail services from the Queensland Rail Transit Authority, through the Rail Transport Services Contract (TSC). The TSC specifies the manner in which Queensland Rail provides above and below rail services throughout Queensland. Comprising a head agreement and eight associated schedules, the TSC also specifies the funding arrangement for thes

    Cross River Rail Delivery Authority Bill 2016
    Cross River Rail is the Queensland Government’s highest priority infrastructure project. In April 2016, the Government announced it would establish a Delivery Authority that will lead the development, procurement and delivery of the Cross River Rail project and support wider economic and social outcomes from this transformational project. In June 2016, the Queensland Government announced it would

    Rail Safety National Law (Queensland) Bill 2016
    The Rail Safety National Law (Queensland) Bill 2016 is a major component in implementing the national rail safety reforms in Queensland. The reforms will deliver a more consistent approach to policy and regulation across Australia, and remove economic inefficiencies that had been created by existing inconsistencies in the rail regulatory regimes between states and territories in Australia. The Bi

    Appointment of Chairperson to Queensland Rail Transit Authority (Queensland Rail) Board
    The Queensland Rail Transit Authority (Queensland Rail) Board is responsible for overseeing the functions of Queensland Rail in accordance with the requirements of the Queensland Rail Transit Authority Act 2013: deciding the strategies and the operational, administrative and financial policies of Queensland Rail; ensuring Queensland Rail performs its functions and exercises its powers in a proper,

    Queensland Rail Train Crewing Practices Commission of Inquiry - Final Report
    On 27 October 2016, the Premier and Minister for the Arts announced an independent investigation into Queensland Rail’s train crewing practices. On 25 November 2016 the investigation and its terms of reference were established as a Commission of Inquiry under Commissions of Inquiry Order (No. 2) 2016. On 31 January 2017, the Queensland Rail Train Crewing Practices Commission of Inquiry presented

    Last updated:
    12 May, 2016

      Rate this page

      1. How useful was the information on this page?
      Please remove any 'http://' first