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AusRAIL PLUS, the conference of the Australasian Railway Association, attracted a record number of industry attendees to the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre in November. Both event dinners were sold out, the exhibition hall hosted more than 360 companies showing off rail products and services, and almost 1000 delegates took part in conference sessions over three days. Exactly a century after its completion, the Trans-Australian Railway was commemorated in four centres in October as crowds remembered the ambitious undertaking that linked Australia's east and west coasts by rail. Present-day infrastructure projects are equally impressive: in Melbourne the installation of a section of elevated track as part of Victoria's level crossings removal is progressing quickly, and in New South Wales the first consignment of steel for Inland Rail has been delivered. A high-speed service between Sydney and Melbourne has the support of 13 companies that have pledged support to a proposal to link the two capitals via eight new cities to be built along the rail route.

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