Oz rail beats road


New research commissioned by the Australian Rail Track Corporation (ARTC) shows that rail is now generally cheaper than trucking in moving freight on interstate corridors. For many years rail has been competitive on a terminal-to-terminal basis, but the new figures demonstrate that rail is now cheaper than road on a doorto-door basis on all but one of the major interstate routes.

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