The CRC for Rail Innovation leaves behind a Legacy that will guide the future of collaborative rail research in Australia.
To download the CRC's Legacy Book, please click on the image below.
The following legacy has been completed by the Australasian Centre for Rail Innovation, and is publicly available:
ACRI Project Report R2.121 - Preliminary Hazard and Risk Analysis for Introduction of New Level Crossing Technology (PDF 1.3MB). To download, please click here: http://www.railcrc.net.au/object/PDF/get/download/id/2278. It can also be downloaded from the ACRI website at http://www.acri.net.au/achievements/
Australasian Centre for Rail Innovation (ACRI)
The CRC for Rail Innovation is part of the Cooperative Research Centre program, an Australian Government Initiative. The CRC for Rail Innovation is the successor of the first Rail CRC, the Cooperative Research Centre for Railway Engineering and Technologies. The CRC for Rail Innovation was a seven year program, ending 30 June 2014.
As the end date for the program fast approaches, measures have been put in place to ensure that the legacy of both the CRC for Rail Innovation and its predeccesor are maintained.
ACRI has been developed in a joint effort by the CRC for Rail Innovation and the Australasian Railway Association. Vicki Brown has been appointed as Executive Director, and John Anderson as Chairman. During the offical launch at World Congress on Railway Research, Anderson emphasised that 'it is paramount that research into this growing industry continues to develop and involve'.
ACRI’s mission is to provide professionally independent, world class research, analysis and advice to impact productivity, sustainability and enhance the competitive position of the Australian and New Zealand Rail Industry. ACRI will achieve this through providing 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.