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22 June 2016

Safety on a Tawa level crossing is about to be stepped up, with KiwiRail set to install voice message units at the Collins Avenue crossing.

1 June 2016

Former Australian deputy prime minister Tim Fischer is on Friday 3 June due to tick an item off his bucket list and catch KiwiRail’s Northern Explorer train from Wellington to Auckland.

19 May 2016

The successful electrification and re-signalling of the Auckland urban rail network which has helped transform public transport in New Zealand’s largest city has won a prestigious Australasian award. 

2 May 2016

Work is underway at the Picton Interislander terminal ahead of Aratere heading off to a scheduled dry-dock in Singapore. 

27 April 2016

KiwiRail is today releasing the Commercial Review it undertook in 2014 and that has helped shape the company’s current focus on improving its productivity and competitiveness. 

26 April 2016

Commuters on peak time Wellington to Waikanae services are set to get more room on their ride home.

14 April 2016

KiwiRail has improved the ongoing training and performance of staff on the bridge of all Interislander ferries since the 2011 Monte Stello incident, Interislander Operations General Manager Mark Thompson says.

14 March 2016

Motorists, cyclists and pedestrians are being warned to take care at railway crossings as more trains travel through the region. A change in train schedules will see the reintroduction of Saturday trains along the East Coast Main Trunk line from mid-March and KiwiRail is urging the local community to be alert. 

29 February 2016

KiwiRail today announced an operating surplus[1] of $27m for the six months ended 31 December 2015 compared to $35m achieved in the same period the previous year.

25 February 2016

KiwiRail today welcomed the Governor General and representatives from West Coast tourism businesses, conservation and wider local community as guests on its TranzAlpine train journey. TranzAlpine celebrates 30 years of operating in 2017 and carries more than 130,000 visitors between Christchurch and Greymouth each year.

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