21 February 2012 Aus & New Zealand


The world's first driverless heavy-haul trains are to be introduced in 2014 by the Rio Tinto Group (RIO), which plans investing A$518 million in the project. RIO currently operates a 1,500km rail network linking iron ore mines in the Pilbara region to Western Australian ports. This is worked with 41

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