Arc Infrastructure is committed to providing open and reliable information about its rail network.
The following provides detailed information about Arc Infrastructure’s network and operations, and is suitable for use by people seeking access, above rail operators or people undertaking works in the rail corridor.
The information provided here is general information only and we strongly encourage people seeking access or undertaking works on our rail network to contact Arc Infrastructure directly for the most up-to-date and relevant information by emailing Arc Infrastructure’s Manager Network Operations.
|Track Inventory Data
|Detailed infomation on the network. The information provided is for simulation purposes only and is not suitable for construction or design.
|Arc Infrastructure Network Map
|A detailed map of Arc Infrastructure's network, including interfaces with other rail networks.
|Details on the net tonnes transported on each line segment of the rail network from 2013 to 2016.
|Details on the gross tonnes transported on each line segment of the rail network from 2013 to 2016.
|A map indicating the maximum axle loads across Arc Infrastructure's network.
|A map indicating the sleeper types and combinations across Arc Infrastructure’s network.
|A map indicating the different rail weights across Arc Infrastructure’s network.
|A map indicating the different types of ballast across Arc Infrastructure’s network.
|A map indicating areas where rail is jointed or continuously welded across Arc Infrastructure’s network.
|An outline of the communications systems across Arc Infrastructure’s network.
|Network Control Boundaries
|A map of Arc Infrastructure's network control boundaries
|Rolling Stock Interface Requirements
|The requirements for rolling stock to be compatible with the Arc Infrastructure network.