Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews says he is "puzzled" at the attitude of the South Australian Government for withdrawing funding for the Overland train service, as Victoria pledges $200,000 to keep it going.
A $4.4 billion contract to build new trains for Queensland was flawed and illegal "from day one" and the problems were known "when the contract was signed", an inquiry finds.
It is an idea that has been rolled out in election seasons for decades — but the New South Wales Government says its new plan to build a fast rail network is different to previous promises.
All of Adelaide's suburban train services will be suspended for two days during the first cricket Test against India in a move the Opposition says will embarrass the state.
The subcontractor building Sydney's light rail network says it would never have taken on the project if it had been given documents showing the extent of underground utility work involved.
The future of the Overland train between Adelaide and Melbourne is on shaky ground with the South Australian Government axing any future funding for the service.
One of the three board members of Queensland Rail who quit last month hits out at Deputy Premier Jackie Trad and Transport Minister Mark Bailey for their "unfathomable" decision on staff bonuses.
The route of Victoria's airport rail link through a newly redeveloped super station at Sunshine, in Melbourne's west, gets the tick of approval from Canberra.
The most magical time of the year is upon Victorians: election season. And the multi-billion-dollar toys on everybody's wish list? Trains, tracks and roads, write Marion Terrill and James Ha.
A couple who were knocked unconscious by debris when an out-of-control train was forcibly derailed in Tasmania say the state rail operator offered them "blocks of chocolate", flowers, pizza and other items following the incident in September.