The project aims to create a fast 1,700km freight connection between Melbourne and Brisbane
The project aims to create a fast 1,700km freight connection between Melbourne and Brisbane

Why have rail chiefs launched a new procurement strategy?

28 September 2020

Australian Rail Track Corporation (ARTC) has launched a new procurement strategy for its most significant freight infrastructure project, Inland Rail, to shorten contracting periods.

Inland Rail CEO Richard Wankmuller said the new plan would enable procurement to start earlier in a project’s life cycle and was is in line with the government’s commitment to fast-track investment in critical infrastructure projects.

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