Australian Rail & Section Car Association

Welcome to Australian Rail & Section Car Association. We provide safe and supervised access to top-notch railway services.

We are a non-profit organisation passionate about providing unhindered access to railways for section cars. We are accredited managers, and our services are excellent with effective results.

We undertake regular safety checks to ensure that rails and rail safety workers are in good condition. We also offer access to unique, safe, and supervised railway services.

COVID – 19

Officially known as Covid-19, coronavirus struck the world in late December 2019 and has since then changed the way we view many things. From social distancing to working from home, coronavirus has changed the way the world works. This virus has caused deaths and the loss of livelihoods. The Australian government has been taking certain approaches to mitigate the problem and sustain the economy.

Young Rail Professionals

Officially known as Covid-19, coronavirus struck the world in late December 2019 and has since then changed the way we view many things. From social distancing to working from home, coronavirus has changed the way the world works. This virus has caused deaths and the loss of livelihoods. The Australian government has been taking certain approaches to mitigate the problem and sustain the economy.

Women In Rail

These are impressive times in rail. The sector is undergoing several changes that reflect improvement and alignment with the realities of the world. Following years of investment and transformation, rail has become one of the dominant sectors raking in immense revenue and witnessing sizable changes. The impacts of rail have been valuable, and the changes are impressive. The expansion and upscaling of rail have presented it the opportunity to foster a more diverse sector that makes adequate regard to gender inclusion.

Technology & Innovation

Any sector that seeks to remain relevant must innovate. Technology is the present and also the key to the future. The importance of the two cannot be understated. In the mid-nineteenth century, when Australian railways were built, they served an essential purpose of linking people together and providing ways of reaching one another. They not only served as an effective means of transportation but also catalysed the economy.

Contractors

The need to build new infrastructures for rail will continue to exist. No country can continue using its rail without making amendments. This is a part of technology and innovation. Once the need for innovation arises, contractors will be needed to fix some infrastructure and set things in order. The need for a contractor cannot be understated.

Freight

Freight remains one of the critical challenges facing the Australian rail system. The freight need keeps growing, and there is a pressing need to match it. Several people have the needs to use freight to carry loads to and from different places. Over ten years, the freight task has grown by 50% and continues to grow. It is estimated that it would have grown by 26% in 2026.

Smart Rail

Technology is the future of rail as it has been the past and present. With technology, the potentials of the rail sector are limitless. With the needs of customers and members rising every day, there is a need to tap into technological innovations to solve the problems of rail. In the absence of such innovations, rail will remain stagnant, and several initiatives the ARA has developed may also start to suffer the backlash.

Rail History

The middle ages were a period when most bulky loads were transported through water. The earliest railways that were developed therefore came as reinforcement to the early forms of transportation. Australians in the 1850s assumed that the private sector would construct railways

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