David Bainbridge presents the RTAA Frank Franklyn Award 2015 At the Australasian Rail Industry Awards Dinner on 9 July, the following winners wer..
The Business Case for Women in Rail Forum was held on 23 July in Sydney. Presentations were made by Ross Spicer, Downer, Kathy Kostyrko, Hays Recr..
Date: 29 July 2015 Time: 6.00pm to 8.00pm Venue: Karstens Conference Centre, 123 Queen Street, Melbourne Guest Speaker: Andrew Cole, M..
The Rail Track Association Australia, (RTAA), is a voluntary, not-for-profit organisation, dedicated to pursuing and promoting the interests of track infrastructure within the Australian rail sector. With a proud history which began in 1973, the RTAA brings together owners, contractors, consultants, manufacturers, suppliers, academics, research and development personnel, regulators and individuals who are part of the Australian rail track community. Membership is invited from individuals, corporations, government bodies, tertiary education institutions, rail suppliers, manufacturers and service providers.