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FRI 27 SEPTEMBER 2019Mediaportal ReportCompleted rail line to deliver grain, cotton and coal direct to portSurat Basin News, Chinchilla, General News26 Sep 2019Page 24 282 words ASR N/A Photo: Yes Type: News Item Size: 460.00 cm² QLD Australia Press ID: 1175758550Securing the futureMODERN containerised grain, cotton, coal and other commodity freight will, for the first time, run down the Great DividingRange when a 77 million upgrade to the Toowoomba rail line is complete.The Queensland Government spent the past year lowering and widening 11 heritage tunnels along the range,to allow larger,9'6" containerised freight train to run from the Darling Downs to the Port of Brisbane.A further 37 million was spent to stabilise sections of the rail line near Spring Bluff.The project is expected to be complete in time for the 2020 cotton harvest.The two projects generated an estimated 230 jobs.While the rail line had been used to cart coal and agricultural products in the past, with tunnels dating back to the 1800s, thetunnels were too narrow for modern container carriages to pass through.Transport and Main Roads Minister Mark Bailey said the widened tunnels would benefit communities from Toowoomba towestern Queensland."The Darling Downs and south-west produces almost a third of our state's agricultural output, and it is vital we continue tosupport the jobs and businesses creates," he said."The Palaszczuk Government is backing our producers and world-class exports with a more competitive freight system."Existing tracks along the tunnels have been replaced with pre-cast concrete slabs, which require less maintenance.The Toowoomba range is a geographically challenging section of the state rail network, with the upgrades designed to makethe range more resilient to wet weather and unplanned disruptions.Caption Text:Q ALL ACTION: Workers dredging gravel and sand to lower and widen an old train tunnel along the range to make them largeenough to handle modern contain freight. PHOTO: TMRView originalAudience4,050 CIRCULATIONCOPYRIGHT This report and its contents are for the internal research use of Mediaportal subscribers only and must notbe provided to any third party by any means for any purpose without the express permission of Isentia and/or the relevantcopyright owner. For more information contact copyright@isentia.comDISCLAIMER Isentia makes no representations and, to the extent permitted by law, excludes all warranties in relation tothe information contained in the report and is not liable for any losses, costs or expenses, resulting from any use or misuseof the report.

Major rail projects put regional jobs on trackMoreton Border News, Moreton, General News20 Sep 2019Page 3 232 words ASR AUD 970 Photo: Yes Type: News Item Size: 388.00 cm² QLD Australia Press ID:1174342751NEXT month, a 28 million project to replace 18 timber rail bridges between Rosewood and Chinchilla is expected to becompleted.Five of those bridges are on the line between Rosewood and Grandchester.Transport and Main Roads Minister Mark Bailey said the project helped support 200 of the 1,150 jobs created as part ofmajor rail upgrades throughout regional Queensland.The total value of the projects adds up to almost 305 million.The largest investment - the 100 million North Coast line upgrade between Townsville and Rockhampton - startedconstruction in July and will support more than 300 construction jobs.Work is also underway to replace 20 timber bridges between Gympie and Cairns, an 86 million project that will support afurther 280 jobs.Later this month, work wraps up on a 21 million project to modernise Bundaberg's rail signalling system and upgrade sevenlevel crossings.A 77 million project to lower 11 historic rail tunnels on the Toowoomba Range to allow for larger container trains isexpected to finish in early 2020, having supported 130 local construction jobs.The 28 million project to replace the ageing timber rail bridges between Rosewood and Chinchilla is expected to wrap up bythe end of October.Caption Text:Rail bridge on Rosewood-Laidley Road Grandchester.Rail bridge outside Rosewood.Rail bridge on Old Grandchester Road at Lanefield.Rail bridge on Waters Road at Lanefield.Rail bridge on Hiddenvale Road Calvert.View originalAudience4,080 CIRCULATIONMajor rail projects put regional jobs on trackMySunshineCoast18 Sep 2019 11:52 AM702 words ASR AUD 3,848 Web ID: 1173699906Major rail projects worth almost 305 million are driving a regional rail jobs boom across Queensland.The largest investment – the 100 million North Coast line upgrade between Townsville and Rockhampton – startedconstruction in July and will suppor.Read on source siteAudienceN/A UNIQUE DAILY VISITORS, N/A AVERAGE STORY AUDIENCECOPYRIGHT For the internal research use of Mediaportal subscribers only. Not to be provided to any third party for any purpose without the expresspermission of Isentia. For further information contact copyright@isentia.com

Grain, cotton direct to portToowoomba Chronicle, Toowoomba, General News, Michael Nolan18 Sep 2019Page 5 290 words ASR AUD 410 Photo: Yes Type: News Item Size: 236.00 cm² QLD Australia Press ID:1173370082First container freight to roll down the range in 2020MODERN containerised grain, cotton, coal and other commodity freight will, for the first time, run down the Great DividingRange when a 77 million upgrade to the Toowoomba rail line is complete.The Queensland Government spent the past year lowering and widening 11 heritage tunnels along the range, to allowlarger, 9'6" containerised freight train to run from the Darling Downs to the Port of Brisbane.A further 37 million was spent to stabilise sections of the rail line near Spring Bluff.The project is expected to be complete in time for the 2020 cotton harvest.The two projects generated an estimated 230 jobs.While the rail line had been used to cart coal and agricultural products in the past, with tunnels dating back to the 1800s, thetunnels were too narrow for modern container carriages to pass through.Transport and Main Roads Minister Mark Bailey said the widened tunnels would benefit communities from Toowoomba towestern Queensland."The Darling Downs and south-west produces almost a third of our state's agricultural output, and it is vital we continue tosupport the jobs and businesses creates," he said."The Palaszczuk Government is backing our producers and world-class exports with a more competitive freight system."Existing tracks along the tunnels have been replaced with pre-cast concrete slabs, which require less maintenance. TheToowoomba range is a geographically challenging section of the state rail network, with the upgrades designed to make therange more resilient to wet weather and unplanned disruptions.Caption Text:READY TO ROLL: Workers dredging gravel and sand to lower and widen an old train tunnel along the range to make themlarge enough to handle modern contain freight. Photo: TMRView originalAudience14,016 CIRCULATIONCOPYRIGHT For the internal research use of Mediaportal subscribers only. Not to be provided to any third party for any purpose without the expresspermission of Isentia. For further information contact copyright@isentia.com

New freight set to roll down rangeQueensland Times, Ipswich, General News18 Sep 2019Page 7 142 words ASR AUD 82 Photo: Yes Type: News Item Size: 90.00 cm² QLD Australia Press ID:1173352984MODERN, containerised grain, cotton, coal and other commodity freight will, for the first time, run down the Great DividingRange when a 77 million upgrade to Toowoomba rail line is complete next year.The Queensland Government spent the past year lowering and widening 11 heritage tunnels along the range, to allowlarger, 2.90m containerised freight train to run from the Darling Downs to the Port of Brisbane.A further 37 million was spent to stabilise sections of the rail line, near Spring Bluff.The project is expected to be complete in time for the 2020 cotton harvest.The two projects generated an estimated 230 jobs.While the rail line had been used to cart coal and other agricultural products in the past, with tunnels dating back to the1800s, the tunnels were too narrow for modern container carriages to pass through.View originalAudience6,256 CIRCULATIONBailey spruiks 305m in ongoing regioanl rail projectsRail Express.com.au17 Sep 2019 3:51 PM254 words ASR AUD 1,257 Web ID: 1173215783Work will soon be complete on the 21 million project to modernise Bundaberg’s rail signalling system and upgrade seven levelcrossings – part of 305 million in regional rail work going on across Queensland.Queensland transport and main roads ministe.Read on source siteAudienceN/A UNIQUE DAILY VISITORS, N/A AVERAGE STORY AUDIENCERail infrastructure construction to boost local Queensland jobsinsideconstruction.com.au17 Sep 2019 9:27 AM165 words ASR AUD 865 Web ID: 1173106111Construction on a range of Queensland rail infrastructure projects worth 305 million are estimated to support more than 1150regional jobs, according to the State Government.The North Coast line upgrade between Townsville and Rockhampton is the.Read on source siteAudienceN/A UNIQUE DAILY VISITORS, N/A AVERAGE STORY AUDIENCECOPYRIGHT For the internal research use of Mediaportal subscribers only. Not to be provided to any third party for any purpose without the expresspermission of Isentia. For further information contact copyright@isentia.com

Rail work on track to boost jobsTownsville Bulletin, Townsville, General News16 Sep 2019Page 3 136 words ASR AUD 564 Photo: No Type: News Item Size: 93.00 cm² QLD Australia Press ID:1172535381THE 100 million upgrade of the rail line between Townsville and Rockhampton is expected to support more than 300construction jobs, according to the State Government.Transport and Main Roads Minister Mark Bailey, (pictured) spruiking the "major rail projects" across Queensland, said aregional rail jobs "boom" was under way.The 100 million North Coast line upgrade, which began in July, will expand eight train passing loops situated betweenTownsville and Rockhampton, enabling freight trains to increase in size from 650 metres to 950 metres.Another 46 million is being spent on building 16 new rail bridges between Townsville and Cairns, supporting 150 jobs.Elsewhere in Queensland, a 77 million project that will lower 11 historic rail tunnels on the Toowoomba Range to allow forlarger container trains is expected to finish early next year.View originalAudience16,484 CIRCULATIONThe amount of 305m is about to be spent upgrading rail lines across Queensland. The .Channel 7, Brisbane, Seven News (Sunday), Katrina Blowers15 Sep 2019 6:30 PMDuration: 0 min 21 secs ASR AUD 8,668 QLD Australia Radio & TV ID: X00080321162The amount of 305m is about to be spent upgrading rail lines across Queensland. The project will improve the railwaybetween Townsville and Rockhampton. Bundaberg, Western Queensland, and Toowoomba are also in line for upgrades.Audience446,000 All, 176,000 MALE 16 , 249,000 FEMALE 16 Also broadcast from the following 13 stationsChannel 7 Gold Coast (Gold Coast), Prime7 Gold Coast (Gold Coast), Seven Bundaberg (Bundaberg), SevenCairns (Cairns), Seven Central (Alice Springs), Seven Mackay (Mackay), Seven Mt Isa (Mt Isa), SevenRockhampton (Rockhampton), Seven Sunshine Coast (Sunshine Coast), Seven Toowoomba (Toowoomba), SevenTownsville (Townsville), Southern Cross Central (Alice Springs), Southern Cross Darwin (Darwin)Major rail projects create 330 jobs around ToowoombaToowoomba Chronicle15 Sep 2019 7:22 AM460 words ASR AUD 439 Web ID: 1172347627MAJOR rail projects worth almost 305 million are driving a regional rail jobs boom across Queensland, with 330 jobsgenerated in Toowoomba and surrounds.A 28 million project to replace 18 ageing timber rail bridges between Rosewood and Chinchilla.Read on source siteAudience4,291 UNIQUE DAILY VISITORS, 321 AVERAGE STORY AUDIENCECOPYRIGHT For the internal research use of Mediaportal subscribers only. Not to be provided to any third party for any purpose without the expresspermission of Isentia. For further information contact copyright@isentia.com

Major rail projects put regional jobs on trackmiragenews.com15 Sep 2019 7:03 AM700 words ASR AUD 3,810 Web ID: 1172340068Major rail projects worth almost 305 million are driving a regional rail jobs boom across Queensland.The largest investment – the 100 million North Coast line upgrade between Townsville and Rockhampton – startedconstruction in July and will suppor.Read on source siteAudienceN/A UNIQUE DAILY VISITORS, N/A AVERAGE STORY AUDIENCEToowoomba line tunnel floor lowering almost completedRailway Digest, National, General News01 Sep 2019Page 16 245 words ASR AUD 192 Photo: No Type: News Item Size: 110.00 cm² National Australia Press ID:1165743667The Brisbane - Toowoomba line tunnel floor lowering project is almost complete with final track works to be finished withinthe next few months. All major track lowering works, which involved the two tunnels in the Little Liverpool Range betweenGrandchester and Laidley and the nine tunnels in the Toowoomba (Great Dividing) Range between Murphy's Creek andToowoomba, have now been completed.The tunnels are stone and brick lined and were constructed in the 1860s requiring the work to ensure that the heritage listedtunnels' features were protected. Pre-cast concrete track slabs were used in the project. BMD Construction was the leadcontractor for the work and WSP-Parsons Brinckerhoff the design consultants. An additional project, also associated withclearance improvements, will involve modification to the steel truss bridge over the Condamine River at Warwick later this year.Queensland Rail CEO, Nick Easy, told Railway Digest that once the final works are complete the clearance project willenable 9ft 6in containers to be transported from South West Queensland to the Brisbane Port, providing the potential to reducethe number of heavy vehicles travelling on the Warrego Highway. Funded by the Queensland Government the work costaround 48 million.The original tunnel clearances prevented the transport of 9ft 6in high containers by rail and were partly attributed to the lossof containerised cotton traffic from Namoi Cotton's Goondiwindi plant to Brisbane to road and the lack of any currentcontainerised traffic on Queensland Rail's Western line.View originalAudience6,700 CIRCULATIONCOPYRIGHT This report and its contents are for the internal research use of Mediaportal subscribers only and must not be provided to any third party byany means for any purpose without the express permission of Isentia and/or the relevant copyright owner. For more information contactcopyright@isentia.comDISCLAIMER Isentia makes no representations and, to the extent permitted by law, excludes all warranties in relation to the information contained in thereport and is not liable for any losses, costs or expenses, resulting from any use or misuse of the report.

September, 2019Surat Basin News, ChinchillaSection: General News Article type : News Item Classification : RegionalAudience : 4,050 Page: 24 Printed Size: 460.00cm² Region: QLD Market: AustraliaASR: N/A Words: 282 Item ID: 1175758550Licensed by Copyright Agency. You may only copy or communicate this work with a licence.Page 1 of 2backSecuring the futureCompleted rail line to deliver grain,cotton and coal direct to portMODERN containerised grain, cotton, coal and other commodityfreight will, for the first time, run down the Great Dividing Rangewhen a 77 million upgrade to the Toowoomba rail line iscomplete.The Queensland Government spent the past year loweringand widening 11 heritage tunnels along the range,to allow larger,9’6” containerised freight train to run from the Darling Downs tothe Port of Brisbane.A further 37 million was spent to stabilise sections of the railline near Spring Bluff.The project is expected to be complete in time for the 2020cotton harvest.The two projects generated an estimated 230 jobs.While the rail line had been used to cart coal and agriculturalproducts in the past, with tunnels dating back to the 1800s, thetunnels were too narrow for modern container carriages to passthrough.Transport and Main Roads Minister Mark Bailey said thewidened tunnels would benefit communities from Toowoombato western Queensland.“The Darling Downs and south-west produces almost a thirdof our state’s agricultural output, and it is vital we continue tosupport the jobs and businesses creates,” he said.“The Palaszczuk Government is backing our producers andworld-class exports with a more competitive freight system.”Existing tracks along the tunnels have been replaced withpre-cast concrete slabs, which require less maintenance.The Toowoomba range is a geographically challenging sectionof the state rail network, with the upgrades designed to makethe range more resilient to wet weather and unplanneddisruptions.

September, 2019Surat Basin News, ChinchillaSection: General News Article type : News Item Classification : RegionalAudience : 4,050 Page: 24 Printed Size: 460.00cm² Region: QLD Market: AustraliaASR: N/A Words: 282 Item ID: 1175758550Licensed by Copyright Agency. You may only copy or communicate this work with a licence.Page 2 of 2backQ ALL ACTION: Workers dredging gravel and sand to lower and widen an old train tunnel along the range to make them large enoughto handle modern contain freight. PHOTO: TMR

20 Sep 2019Moreton Border News, MoretonSection: General News Article type : News Item Classification : RegionalAudience : 4,080 Page: 3 Printed Size: 388.00cm² Region: QLD Market: AustraliaASR: AUD 970 Words: 232 Item ID: 1174342751Licensed by Copyright Agency. You may only copy or communicate this work with a licence.Page 1 of 2backMajor rail projects put regional jobs on trackNEXT month, a 28 million project toreplace 18 timber rail bridges between Rosewood and Chinchilla isexpected to be completed.Five of those bridges are on theline between Rosewood and Grandchester.Transport and Main Roads Minister Mark Bailey said the projecthelped support 200 of the 1,150 jobscreated as part of major rail upgrades throughout regional Queensland.The total value of the projectsadds up to almost 305 million.The largest investment – the 100million North Coast line upgrade between Townsville and Rockhampton– started construction in July andwill support more than 300 construc-tion jobs.Work is also underway to replace20 timber bridges between Gympieand Cairns, an 86 million projectthat will support a further 280 jobs.Later this month, work wraps upon a 21 million project to moderniseBundaberg’s rail signalling systemand upgrade seven level crossings.A 77 million project to lower 11historic rail tunnels on the Toowoomba Range to allow for largercontainer trains is expected to finishin early 2020, having supported 130local construction jobs.The 28 million project to replacethe ageing timber rail bridges between Rosewood and Chinchilla isexpected to wrap up by the end ofOctober.Rail bridge on Rosewood-Laidley Road Grandchester.Rail bridge outside Rosewood.

20 Sep 2019Moreton Border News, MoretonSection: General News Article type : News Item Classification : RegionalAudience : 4,080 Page: 3 Printed Size: 388.00cm² Region: QLD Market: AustraliaASR: AUD 970 Words: 232 Item ID: 1174342751Licensed by Copyright Agency. You may only copy or communicate this work with a licence.backRail bridge on Old Grandchester Road at Lanefield.Rail bridge on Waters Road at Lanefield.Rail bridge on Hiddenvale Road Calvert.Page 2 of 2

18 Sep 2019Toowoomba Chronicle, ToowoombaAuthor: Michael Nolan Section: General News Article type : News ItemClassification : Regional Audience : 14,016 Page: 5 Printed Size: 236.00cm²Region: QLD Market: Australia ASR: AUD 410 Words: 290 Item ID: 1173370082Licensed by Copyright Agency. You may only copy or communicate this work with a licence.Page 1 of 1backGrain, cotton direct to portFirst container freight to roll down the range in 2020MICHAEL nerisedgrain, cotton, coal and othercommodity freight will, for thefirst time, run down the GreatDividing Range when a 77million upgrade to the Toowoomba rail line is complete.The Queensland Government spent the past year lowering and widening 11 heritage tunnels along the range, toallow larger, 9’6” containerisedfreight train to run from theDarling Downs to the Port ofBrisbane.A further 37 million wasspent to stabilise sections ofthe rail line near Spring Bluff.The project is expected to becomplete in time for the 2020cotton harvest.The two projects generatedan estimated 230 jobs.While the rail line had beenused to cart coal and agricultural products in the past, withtunnels dating back to the1800s, the tunnels were toonarrow for modern containercarriages to pass through.Transport and Main RoadsMinister Mark Bailey said thewidened tunnels would benefitcommunities from Toowoomba to western Queensland.“The Darling Downs andsouth-west produces almost athird of our state’s agriculturaloutput, and it is vital we continue to support the jobs and businesses creates,” he said.“The Palaszczuk Govern-ment is backing our producersand world-class exports with amore competitive freight system.”Existing tracks along thetunnels have been replacedwith pre-cast concrete slabs,which require less maintenance. The Toowoomba rangeis a geographically challengingsection of the state rail network, with the upgrades designed to make the range moreresilient to wet weather andunplanned disruptions.READY TO ROLL: Workers dredging gravel and sand to lower andwiden an old train tunnel along the range to make them large enoughto handle modern contain freight.Photo: TMR

18 Sep 2019Queensland Times, IpswichSection: General News Article type : News Item Classification : RegionalAudience : 6,256 Page: 7 Printed Size: 90.00cm² Region: QLD Market: AustraliaASR: AUD 82 Words: 142 Item ID: 1173352984Licensed by Copyright Agency. You may only copy or communicate this work with a licence.backNew freightset to rolldown rangeMODERN,containerisedgrain, cotton, coal and othercommodity freight will, for thefirst time, run down the GreatDividing Range when a 77 million upgrade to Toowoomba rail line is completenext year.The Queensland Government spent the past year lowering and widening 11 heritage tunnels along the range, toallow larger, 2.90m containerised freight train to run fromthe Darling Downs to the Portof Brisbane.A further 37 million wasspent to stabilise sections ofthe rail line, near Spring Bluff.The project is expected to becomplete in time for the 2020cotton harvest.The two projects generatedan estimated 230 jobs.While the rail line had beenused to cart coal and otheragricultural products in thepast, with tunnels dating backto the 1800s, the tunnels weretoo narrow for modern container carriages to passthrough.Page 1 of 1

16 Sep 2019Townsville Bulletin, TownsvilleSection: General News Article type : News Item Classification : RegionalAudience : 16,484 Page: 3 Printed Size: 93.00cm² Region: QLD Market: AustraliaASR: AUD 564 Words: 136 Item ID: 1172535381Licensed by Copyright Agency. You may only copy or communicate this work with a licence.backRail workon track toboost jobsTHE 100 million upgrade ofthe rail line between Townsville and Rockhampton is expected to support more than300 construction jobs, according to the State Government.Transport and Main RoadsMinister Mark Bailey, (pictured) spruiking the “major railprojects” across Queensland,said a regional rail jobs “boom”was under way.The 100 million NorthCoast lineupgradewhich beganin July, wilexpand eighttrain passingloops situated betweenTownsvilleandRockhampton, enabling freighttrains to increase in size from 650 metresto 950 metres.Another 46 million isbeing spent on building 16 newrail bridges between Townsville and Cairns, supporting150 jobs.Elsewhere in Queensland, a 77 million project that willlower 11 historic rail tunnels onthe Toowoomba Range toallow for larger containertrains is expected to finishearly next year.Page 1 of 1

September, 2019Railway Digest, NationalSection: General News Article type : News Item Classification : Magazines TradeAudience : 6,700 Page: 16 Printed Size: 110.00cm² Region: NationalMarket: Australia ASR: AUD 192 Words: 245 Item ID: 1165743667Licensed by Copyright Agency. You may only copy or communicate this work with a licence.backToowoomba line tunnel floorlowering almost completedI]Z 7g hWVcZ · IddlddbWV a cZ ijccZa Åddg adlZg c\ egd ZXi h Vabdhi XdbeaZiZ l i] ÄcVa igVX ldg h id WZ Äc h]ZY l i] c i]Z cZmi few months. All major track lowering works, which involved the twotunnels in the Little Liverpool Range between Grandchester andLaidley and the nine tunnels in the Toowoomba (Great Dividing) Rangebetween Murphy’s Creek and Toowoomba, have now been completed.The tunnels are stone and brick lined and were constructed in the1860s requiring the work to ensure that the heritage listed tunnels’features were protected. Pre-cast concrete track slabs were used inthe project. BMD Construction was the lead contractor for the workand WSP-Parsons Brinckerhoff the design consultants. An additionalproject, also associated with clearance improvements, will involvebdY ÄXVi dc id i]Z hiZZa igjhh Wg Y\Z dkZg i]Z 8dcYVb cZ G kZg Vi LVgl X later this year.Queensland Rail CEO, Nick Easy, told Railway Digest i]Vi dcXZ i]Z ÄcVatworks are complete the clearance project will enable 9ft 6in containersto be transported from South West Queensland to the Brisbane Port,providing the potential to reduce the number of heavy vehicles travellingon the Warrego Highway. Funded by the Queensland Government thework cost around 48 million.The original tunnel clearances prevented the transport of 9ft 6in highcontainers by rail and were partly attributed to the loss of containerisedXdiidc igV[ÄX [gdb CVbd 8diidc¼h ddcY l cY eaVci id 7g hWVcZ idgdVY VcY i]Z aVX d[ Vcn XjggZci XdciV cZg hZY igV[ÄX dc FjZZchaVcY Rail’s Western line.Page 1 of 1

The 28 million project to replace the ageing timber rail bridges between Rosewood and Chinchilla is expected to wrap up by the end of October. Caption Text: Rail bridge on Rosewood-Laidley Road Grandchester. Rail bridge outside Rosewood. Rail bridge on Old Grandchester Road at Lanefield.

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