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Queensland Rail brings rail safety messages to Gatton
  
1/11/2019
Following a spate of safety incidents within the rail corridor, Queensland Rail, in collaboration with Aurizon and the Queensland Police Service (QPS), will be bringing their rail safety messages to the Gatton community this week (22-25 October).
$28 million upgrades delivered to West Moreton line
  
1/11/2019
A $28 million project to replace 18 timber rail bridges with more durable structures between Rosewood and Chinchilla is now complete, with final works at Dalby completed last week.
Year of Outback Tourism kicks on with 2FOR1 train tickets (Ministerial media statement)
  
27/09/2019
Queensland families are being encouraged to head west these summer holidays as part of the Year of Outback Tourism.
On the job train-ing with new Bundaberg signalling system (Ministerial media statement)
  
25/09/2019
It is the $21.8 million rail project putting Bundy’s apprentices on the fast track to jobs.
Major rail projects put regional jobs on track
  
15/09/2019
Major rail projects worth almost $305 million are driving a regional rail jobs boom across Queensland.
Queensland Rail urges motorists to know their vehicle's height
  
9/09/2019
Queensland Rail is urging motorists to be aware of their vehicle's height and load, following 65 instances of over-height vehicles colliding with rail over road bridges across South East Queensland (SEQ) in the last financial year.
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