Public figures across the Capes have welcomed Murray McHenry’s call to develop a train connection between Bunbury and Margaret River and on to Augusta.
WA’s Transport Minister has backflipped on her call for Perth’s southern commuters to ‘take leave’ during scheduled major rail works this summer — labelling the option a ‘last resort’.
Tens of thousands of commuters on Perth’s busiest railway line have been encouraged to take a January holiday — or make plans to find another way into the CBD during a month-long shut down.
Nine rail construction workers who were among a team of 50 repairing train tracks have been struck and killed in northwest China, state media reports.
Trains on the Joondalup line between Whitfords and Stirling have been cancelled due to an unforeseen problem.
A judge in Italy has indicated most of the blame for a cable car crash that killed 14 people lay with a service technician.
Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has voiced concerns that Scotland is being denied a say in negotiations over a trade deal with Australia.
A shortage of truck and train drivers, bushfires, floods and the recent cyclone near Geraldton mean CBH can’t get its grain to port fast enough to meet shipping schedules.
A soon-to-be-released report uses US golfing great Tiger Woods' rollover crash in California to highlight three road safety areas where Australia is lagging.
Authorities have contacted just over a third of the people travelling on the same trains as Melbourne's latest case of coronavirus.
The last of Australia's locally-manufactured police pursuit cars are gradually reaching retirement age.
Transport Minister Rita Saffioti has confirmed the airport rail link will not finished until next year after claiming ahead of the State election that it would be finished in December.
An overpass in Mexico City's metro has collapsed, sending a train plummeting, trapping cars under rubble and killing at least 23 people.
UK officials have downplayed the prospect of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe's imminent release from Iran despite reports of a deal.
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An intersection in Melbourne's CBD has reopened after a cement mixer truck hit a tram, causing it to derail.
A man in his 70s has died in a light plane crash on a station in north Queensland.
Some 500 budding motorists have been given the green light to become the first group of Victorians to sit the state's new online learner drivers test.
The death toll from a train derailment north of Cairo at the weekend has risen to 23, with 139 injured, Egyptian authorities say.
NSW drivers are being urged to keep their cool after 70 per cent said they've experienced road rage at least once or twice in the last year.
Small retailers are panicking after Australia Post’s decision to stop the transportation of fine foods the country fell in love with during the pandemic.
An online auction is underway for two rare Holdens which are both expected to attract strong bids.
The Chris Ellison-led miner has been forced to trim shipping guidance by millions of tonnes as output sits idle amid a shortage of truck drivers.
More people will be allowed on public transport in NSW from next week as COVID restrictions ease and commuters rub begin to shoulders again.
Queensland is increasingly likely to bring in digital driver's licences that people can store on a smartphone app.
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