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Keolis' Australian unit to pilot two on-demand passenger services

Shuttle| August 24, 2017

This is the first trial of on-demand transport in the state of NSW, and will allow passengers to book transport from or near their home to a local transport hub or landmark.

Alstom delivers world's first Citadis X05 light rail vehicle to Sydney

Rail| August 1, 2017

The new model will also soon be rolled out soon in other cities including Nice and Avignon, France, and Kaohsiung, Taiwan.

Bus| September 6, 2016

Australia begins testing of self-driving electric bus

Built by the French company NAVYA SAS, the $250,000 RAC Intellibus can shuttle 11 passengers and is capable of a 28 mph speed.

Security and Safety | June 28, 2016

Alstom supplies signaling to Sydney rail system

The installation of both the on-board and trackside equipment covers four test trains and an area of seven miles between the suburbs of Arncliffe and Oatley, in the South of Sydney.

Rail| May 4, 2016

Alstom to provide additional trainsets for Melbourne rail

The five additional six-car X’Trapolis trainsets will enhance the Melbourne’s Metropolitan Rail Network's capacity.

Security and Safety | January 21, 2016

[Video] Dumb Ways to Die - Case Study

Young people don't listen to safety messages, so how do you get them to stop being unsafe around trains? By making it the dumbest way to die. This case study shows how this thought led to the development of the "Dumb Ways to Die" video as a safety message for Metro Trains in Melbourne, Australia, which went from viral video to an award-winning phenomenom. Published on Jun 18, 2013

Security and Safety | January 21, 2016

Denver RTD launches 'Dumb Ways to Die' safety campaign

A key component of the campaign is the Dumbs Ways to Die three-minute animated music video featuring 21 cartoon characters who deliver important safety messages in an unusual manner.

Rail| August 6, 2014

Rail commuters tilt train to free trapped man

The man was boarding in the Western Australia city of Perth when he slipped and became jammed in the gap between the carriage and the station.
Rail| August 6, 2014

Commuters tilt train to free trapped man

People power used to free a man who was trapped between the platform and a train at a Perth station. (ABC News Australia video)

Rail| July 17, 2013

Goodbye to the Sydney Monorail

A video tribute to the Sydney Monorail, which closed on June 30th 2013.

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