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North Coast railway line may refer to: North Coast railway line, New South Wales, the main railway link between Sydney and Brisbane; North Coast railway line.


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The North Coast railway line is also a railway in Queensland, Australia. The North Coast Line is the primary rail route in the Mid North Coast and Northern Rivers.


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The North Coast railway line was built between and , and when completed, bypassed the Main North line and provided a quicker route to Brisbane.


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The NSW Central Coast and the western suburbs of Newcastle are connected to From Helensvale in the North, the line runs through Southport and Surfers.


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Imagine the amount of trucks and road wear they would cause. The quadding over the parramatta river needs to be completed, but mainly for express newcastle and Central coast services. It will go by rail for the majority of the route. Why would you use trucks if they are no longer faster, and they are more expensive. Imagine if a trucking company wasn't allow to use the roads in and out of sydney for 6 hours a day. It will still be easy for nothing larger than a B-double because the road isn't good enough. Even containers are often cheaper by rail. It really is up to PN and Aurizon to increase their market share through meeting customer needs and more imaginative uses of the NCL's existing capacity. They go inland very quickly and that route is about as fast as it will ever get. The north coast line is a busy rural passenger line with 6 XPT rail services a day. When the Pacific Highway upgrade is completed it will be well and truly suitable for the current B-doubles and bigger. Having all trains at m also means they can't run standard gauge trains directly to the port of brisbane because the only S. Posted: 18 Oct Last edited by simstrain on 18 Oct ; edited 1 time in total. Infrastructure Australia has allocated funding for preparation of a business case for Stage 2, being quadruplication of the missing link between Rhodes and West Ryde, including the John Whitton Bridge across the Parramatta River, and the Third Track from Thornleigh to Hornsby. Overall an upgraded Pac Hwy I doubt will have a significant impact as the timings by road are already favorable compared to rail so rail is mostly moving the non-time sensitive stuff now anyway. Except the Pacific motorway upgrades will have no effect on inland rail. I can see the same thing happening on the Pacific Highway. Can you provide a link to the above so I can dig a little further? The single loop is probably one too many for the numbers of SG traffic on offer, but its not a road block for a few trains a day as they can pass Moorooka and the Port arrival Loop. Running one big train a day timetabled to suit Sydney's peak hour instead of potential customers has done more damage to market share than the NCL's poor alignment. The quading between Rhodes and Epping will also not remove the need for the curfew either. By the end of there will be four-lane all the way up to Brisbane with the exception of the Coffs Harbour bypass and the final Grafton-Ballina section. How would the ARTC get money for such a project anyway.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} The extension of this is most freight trains leave and arrive ACR from around midnight - 4am. Some companies get fuel rebates. The road already has most of the traffic between Sydney and Melbourne now. You still have the choke points cowan bank, the ku-ring-gai area, and heavy congestion south of berowra. Sure the heavy non-time-dependent steel loads will continue to go by rail but I can certainly see more container traffic ending up on the road. Time is money and it will simply be cheaper to ship using road transport. About this thread. Eg, a container needs to go from sydney-brisbane to get a ship due to leave in 4 days time. When the highway is fully upgraded it will be difficult for the road authorities to say no to vehicles larger than the B doubles currently allowed. What is the point of the North Coast line? I'm sure still low, but how low? The amount of trains south of maitland haven't changed. Any more ideas? Just because railfans think that rail is better does not mean it is in the real world. Truck drivers can't drive for 24 hours straight anymore. During the boom there was some direct services, even trains split at Casino or Grafton for this purpose, however I believe this promptly stopped as we entered the GFC open to correction. This has got to impact on general freight. Ever seen one of the m steel trains? And with the underlying problem of the North Coast Railway too many low speed curves I can't see any major investment in rail re-alignment. This situation is unlikely to change any time soon except for when the inland rail line is built which will mean less freight traffic between Sydney and Brisbane. North strathfield underpass just needed to be done, was stupid having freights cross at grade at anytime of the day. With completion of the first stage of the Northern Sydney Freight Corridor Program Epping to Thornleigh Third Track and North Strathfield Underpass , it was my understanding that the peak hour curfew for freight trains would be lifted. Also, re Inland Rail, taking the Melbourne traffic may not be a bad thing. Epping - thornleigh is only for northbound trains as they are on a steep grade. I tend to agree that some S-B traffic is being bumped for tight windows through Sydney and the Inland will see traffic switch to the Inland but longterm reductions on the NSW NCL is unlikely to be realised. Location: Get your photographs, now! This is demonstrated by rail's falling share of the market. The road is repaved using your taxes. That's due to happen at the end of next year. Another reason why trucks are cheaper is because they are taxpayer subsidised. Each time a new section of freeway was opened, there was - or so it was claimed - a measurable shift in percentage freight traffic from rail to road. Train then continues to the port, picks up containers, then returns. Location: Dubai UAE. Most of that is as Tazzer says stuff that can't really be transported by road. Too much traffic, lanes not wide enough and the biggest killer is everything off the highway can't support larger trucks. Meanwhile maintenance of the NCL is fully recouped via access fees. Posted: 18 Oct Because even the NCL's awful slow meandering route is more efficient for a lot of cargo. Insurance costs for a truck is also very low compared to rail vehicles. How useful would it be if if a train arrived at ACR, everything is unloaded but the stuff for the port. SCT will begin running their own services on the line early next year from the Bromelton terminal. The ARTC doesn't have a direct route into Sydney for freight and the curfews on the Sydney metro also do not help rail freights cause. Sulla1 Chief Commissioner. All logos and trademarks in this site are property of their respective owner. G loop is only m. I just drove from Sydney to Murwillumbah yesterday and I was impressed by the latest Pacific Highway roadworks. That is already the worst section anyway. One of the biggest points of inland rail is that it will take a container a very similar time to go from its origin in brisbane, to its destination in melbourne. You still get XPT's and express newcastle trains catching up to freights. By all accounts, this helped their Asia flying become more profitable. Transtopic Deputy Commissioner. It will be interesting to see what freight begins to generate after that. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Subscribers: a6et , Beta4Me , hnougher , james. ACR then operates intensely during a time in which costs everyone the most money. Doesn't remove the need for the curfew. Its cheaper. It will allow operators to focus on the Sydney-Brisbane market instead of both markets. Anything that isn't time sensitive goes by rail. Location: Waiting for a train to Canungra. Infrastructure Australia reviews business cases, not funds them. My question is with this investment going on, why bother with the North Coast railway? In the case of St Helena, there is even a pair of tunnels. Posted: 18 Oct Last edited by brissim on 18 Oct ; edited 1 time in total. Rail is still cheaper for most items if needed to be transported long distances more than km. Location: Sydney, NSW. Not only is the entire road being duplicated, but hilly sections such as St Helena near Byron Bay and near Macksville have been or are being eliminated by the construction of deep cuttings and long bridges. UpperQuad Locomotive Fireman. All that the third track provided was somewhere to store freight trains going north if needed. When the four lanes reach Woolgoolga, I think the need for the Inland Railway goes away. But the problem with rail is that it is always slower than a truck. Brisbane - Melbourne is really where rail is better than trucks. MC Minister for Railways. View mobile site Stats for nerds. Both operators need to consider intermodal hubbing out of a Newcastle or Maitland location with road distribution to Sydney if they want to win more Sydney-Brisbane volume. Location: Sydney.