- The Rail industry underpins Australian business as it carries people and commodities on 35,015 kilometres of track across the country.
- It has an estimated annual revenue of $27.1 billion, adding $12.4 billion to the Australian economy in 2015-16.
- The industry employs more than 55,500 people across more than 170 companies comprising private and public operators, passenger and freight operators, track owners and managers, manufacturers and suppliers that operate in urban, regional, and rural areas of Australia.
Latest Rail Industry News
The 2020 IRC Skills Forecasts are now available to download. Industry Reference Committees (IRCs) have developed a 4 year proposed schedule of work identifying priority skills needs of industry and the proposed future training package activity required to address...
As part of the Electricity Supply Industry (ESI) Transmission, Distribution and Rail (TDR) Industry Skills Project, the Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) has released draft training materials and is inviting feedback. For Rail stakeholders, this includes the draft of...
Registrations close Friday 25 September 2020. The Rail Industry Reference Committee (IRC) has commenced work on the following projects and is looking for expressions of interest from industry experts to form Technical Advisory Committees (TAC). TLI (Rail) Rolling...