";s:4:"text";s:3155:" With investment and jobs, comes a cumulative boost to gross regional product over 50 years which is worth up to $1.7 billion for the 16 local government areas of Northern New South Wales. Coonamble family fight to save their farm from Inland Rail route July 2019 | By: Beverley Hadgraft Photography: Meg Rosenbaum Challenged by dry conditions, illness and the Inland Rail, Barbara Deans and her family remain focused on keeping their farm going in Central West NSW. Barbara’s son Linden, Barbara, her husband Geoff, their daughter Tallah, and Tallah’s husband Ricky on Kamira.
Local challenges along Inland Rail collide with nation building 1 year, 10 months ago Local challenges along Inland Rail collide with nation building Mike Foley @micksfoley 18 Jul 2018, 3:17 p.m. Proposal for a road and rail interface project which includes an upgrade to Buckie and …
Public information sessions being held this week in Narrabri (Monday 9 March), Baradine (Tuesday), Gilgandra (Wednesday), Curban (Thursday) and Narromine (Friday) are set […] This committee is made up of three sub-committees – Narromine, Gilgandra and Narrabri – that meet independently to provide input and feedback into the Narromine to Narrabri Inland Rail project. A rail line linking the south of the country with the north has been somewhat of a pipedream for the past decade. But with a federal government commitment of $9.3 billion, the once-in-a-generation Inland Rail network between Melbourne and Brisbane is expected to have the first train operating along its tracks in just over six years, by 2024-25. SUBMISSION TO THE AUSTRALIAN RAIL TRACK CORPORATION RE: PROPOSED INLAND RAIL ROUTE - COONAMBLE February 28th 2017 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: Coonamble Shire Council is seeking the Australian Rail Track Corporation’s (ARTC) consideration in moving the Inland Rail corridor closer to Coonamble to make use of existing infrastructure, reduce transportation costs, increase export … ARTC regrets poor communication but seeks participation December 20, 2017 By The Coonamble Times Leave a Comment In stark contrast to the aborted pipeline information sessions just one week before, the Australian Rail Track Corporation held an open meeting at Coonamble RSL Club on Wednesday 13 December to discuss the Inland Rail project now that the federal government has approved the route. Welcome to the official Inland Rail Facebook, monitored 9am-5pm, Mon to Fri. You can also contact us on: 1800 732 761.
The Narromine to Narrabri Community Consultative Committee first met in January 2019. Those benefits will endure with modelling providing a snapshot of how employment and gross regional product can grow in the 30 th and 50 th year of Inland Rail’s operations. Areas covered Narromine sub-committee Gilgandra sub-committee Narrabri sub-committee Narromine … Inland Rail, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.