ACRI has conducted a review of current international practices in the prevention of trespass and suicide/self-harm incidents on urban rail systems and explored the findings with ACRI participants in stakeholder forums. This has highlighted that for Australia and New Zealand, rail trespass and suicide is a complex issue which needs…
Australasian Centre for Rail Innovation (ACRI) provides professional, independent applied research, strategic analysis, advice and innovative solutions for the Australasian Rail Industry on significant challenges and opportunities affecting Rail today and into the future.
Introducing the Australasian Centre for Rail Innovation (ACRI)
The Australasian Centre for Rail Innovation (ACRI) provides professional, independent applied research, strategic analysis, advice and innovative solutions for the Australasian Rail Industry on significant challenges and opportunities affecting Rail today and into the future.Find out more
ACRI Strategic Objectives and Operating Principals
This paper outlines the longer-term strategy, taken by ACRI in the delivery of research.
NIS / ACRI Rail Knowledge Bank
Developed and maintained by the ARRB Group under the National Interest Services (NIS) program.
RSSB – SPARK
A free, interactive web tool for the rail industry sector created by the RSSB to share knowledge.
ACRI Public Research Reports
ACRI publicly available research available here.
Access all of ACRI's current and archived newsletters and updates in one place.
HH08 End of Train Device: ‘Developing a Field Tested and Operational End of Train Device Prototype’
HH08 accessible from the ACRI Participants-Only Portal located in ACRI Heavy Haul Research, Tranch 1
The Public Private Partnership (PPP) for Inland Rail took a major step forward today with the announcement that Expressions of Interest (EOI) were now open to design, build, finance and maintain the section from Gowrie outside Toowoomba to Kagaru near Beaudesert. This section is the most technically complex of the…
ACRI operates within a rail sector which includes an industry association, standards developer and safety regulator as well as federal, state and territory entities with oversight of rail. All of these bodies have an interest in the advancement of rail innovation but it is not their core objective. In addition…