L-R Transport minister Andrew Constance, NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Rodd Staples program director for Sydney Metro pictured at the Windsor Rd Bridge construction site for Sydney Metro at Rouse Hill on May 8, 2017 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Ben Rushton/Fairfax Media)

Skytrain bridge brings Sydney Metro a step closer

The metro rail line to Sydney’s north-west is one step closer to completion with the unveiling of a “mini-Anzac Bridge” over Windsor Road at Rouse Hill. The deck of the landmark Sydney... Read more »
Sydney's first Metro station takes shape. Photo: Sydney Metro

Sydney’s first Metro station takes shape

The Hills are alive with public transport Australia’s biggest public transport project and Sydney’s first metro station  is taking shape at Cudgegong Road. The booming North-West region will get an unprecedented boost... Read more »
Germany to introduce driverless trains by 2020

Germany to introduce driverless trains by 2020

Germany is set to begin introducing driverless trains within the next 5 years. The Chairman of Deutsche Bahn, Rudiger Grube, reportedly told German newspapers that by 2021, 2022 or 2023 the company... Read more »
Gotthard Base Tunnel, the world's longest tunnel, opens in Switzerland

Switzerland unveils world’s longest rail tunnel under Alps

The new Gotthard Base Tunnel in Switzerland is the world’s longest train tunnel running at 57 km long under the Alps. The world’s longest and deepest rail tunnel, Gotthard Base Tunnel, opened... Read more »
An artist's impression of the planned Sydney light rail near the QV building in the CBD. Supplied: NSW Government

Sydney Metro would change Sydney forever: NSW Premier

Sydney’s new world-class rail one step closer The formal planning process for Sydney Metro City & Southwest has begun, bringing new world-class metro rail one step closer for the city. The new... Read more »
The Maglev (magnetic levitation) train speeds during a test run on the experimental track in Tsuru, 100km west of Tokyo, on May 11, 2010. US Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood took a test ride on Japan's super-fast magnetic train, a contender for President Barack Obama's multi-billion-dollar national railway project. Japan is up against China, France, Germany and other bidders as it seeks to sell its "Shinkansen" bullet and magnetic trains for the 13-billion-USD US high-speed national rail grid. AFP PHOTO/Toru YAMANAKA (Photo credit should read TORU YAMANAKA/AFP/Getty Images)

Japan’s Maglev Train sets new speed record at 590 kph

A magnetic levitation (maglev) train in Japan has broken the world speed record by hitting 366mph. The Central Japan Railway Company said the seven-car train completed a test run on an experimental... Read more »