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Opportunities with Inland Rail Information Session - Croppa Creek

Date Thu 3 Oct 2019
Duration 4 Hours 30 Minutes
Event Code EVE1906701
Region New England North West

The sessions will:

  • Present on ‘Are you ready for Inland Rail?’, promoting a discussion, led by representatives from the Regional Australia Institute, around the region’s competitive advantage, including its key strengths, weaknesses and the potential opportunities arising from Inland Rail.

 

  • The Department, represented by staff from the Inland Rail Division, will cover all aspects of the Australian Government’s Inland Rail Interface Improvement Program (the II Program). The $44 million II Program will support feasibility and business case studies in two areas: productivity enhancements related to rail-based supply chains, and improvements to capacity on key country rail lines along the Inland Rail corridor.

Please register HERE - Tea and coffee will be available throughout the day. Lunch will be provided on the day, please include any dietary requirements in your RSVP.

Should you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact Elisha Bailey on 0436 017 275 or Anna Howard, Regional Support Officer, on 0437 926 274 or anna.howard@infrastructure.gov.au.

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Opportunities with Inland Rail Information Session - Baradine

Date Fri 4 Oct 2019
Duration 4 Hours 30 Minutes
Event Code EVE1906700
Region New England North West

The sessions will:
 Present on ‘Are you ready for Inland Rail?’, promoting a discussion, led by representatives from the Regional Australia Institute, around the region’s competitive advantage, including its key strengths, weaknesses and the potential opportunities arising from Inland Rail.
 
 The Department, represented by staff from the Inland Rail Division, will cover all aspects of the Australian Government’s Inland Rail Interface Improvement Program (the II Program). The $44 million II Program will support feasibility and business case studies in two areas: productivity enhancements related to rail-based supply chains, and improvements to capacity on key country rail lines along the Inland Rail corridor.

Together, these presentations will assist local communities, industry and government to reflect local social and economic characteristics when identifying potential project proposals for the II Program.  The session will also outline the expression of interest process for submitting project proposals for the II Program and the selection criteria for determining eligibility.

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