Fast Trains for Australia

Fast Trains for Australia

It's time Australia invested in high speed rail on the East Coast corridor (Brisbane - Sydney - Canberra - Melbourne).

The existing rail services between Australia's major cities are slow, infrequent, and can be more expensive than air travel.

It is estimated that a fast train link would get travellers from Sydney to Melbourne in just 3 hours!

High-speed rail is being rolled out in countries across Europe, the US and Asia as a way to link up major cities, reduce congestion and battle pollution. Let's get with the program!

It's time Australia invested in high speed rail on the East Coast corridor (Brisbane - Sydney - Canberra - Melbourne).

The existing rail services between Australia's major cities are slow, infrequent, and can be more expensive than air travel.

It is estimated that a fast train link would get travellers from Sydney to Melbourne in just 3 hours!

High-speed rail is being rolled out in countries across Europe, the US and Asia as a way to link up major cities, reduce congestion and battle pollution. Let's get with the program!

Tell our pollies to fast track the fast train!

Book a (FREE!) seat on the future fast train and let our Government know that they have our backing to invest in high speed rail infrastructure. It's crucial to our country's future ... just imagine.. the centre of Melbourne to the centre of Sydney in 3 hours!

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  • The existing rail services between Australia's major cities are slow, infrequent, and can be more expensive than air travel! PLUS the aviation industry is responsible for 3.5% of anthropogenic climate change (IPCC), while average passenger kilometres are increasing by 5% each year.
  • We cannot afford for aviation to continue expanding. But we do want to travel between our cities!
  • Aside from the need to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, road congestion already costs Australia $10 billion a year. And Australia's population is expected to increase to 26.7 million by 2026 and 36 million by 2056.
  • Modelling indicates that the cost of the corridor balloons every year that construction is delayed. High-speed rail is being rolled out in countries across Europe, the US and Asia as a way to link up major cities, reduce congestion and battle pollution. 
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