Hitachi Rail is connecting the future of mobility in Australia - helping every passenger, customer and community enjoy the benefits of more seamless, sustainable journeys.
We have been providing innovative and sustainable mobility solutions across Australia for the last 30 years. With 560 experts working at our offices across Australia, we have locations in Perth, Karratha, Brisbane, Sydney and Newcastle.
Smart solutions for public transport
From our world-leading digital signalling, to our innovative autonomous freight rail solutions and systems, Hitachi Rail is making an impact across Australia. We use best-in-class technology to deliver greener, more efficient journeys.
Pioneering Digital Mobility
We believe the future of transport will be driven by digitising and fully-integrating the entire mobility system, improving the complete passenger journey. Smart signalling systems such as the one we are delivering for the Cross River Rail project in South East Queensland will add capacity and efficiency to Brisbane’s inner-city rail network.
Supporting seamless connections from one mode of transport to another is just one way that we are revolutionising the way people choose to travel.
Powering more sustainable journeys
Passengers can enjoy new levels of reliability, capacity and connectivity. Faster, smoother and easier journeys are achieved through a smart mobility system that works together as one.
In Perth we are continuing to play our part in connecting people across a fast-growing city. We are proud that our world-leading, high-capacity signalling technology is part of the Forrestfield Airport Link, which connects the city, the expanding eastern suburbs and Perth Airport.
Performing through partnerships
Working in partnership with our customers, we find solutions to some of the world’s most complex challenges.
In the freight sector, our signalling and train control technology innovations have changed the face of heavy haul freight rail globally. We developed a digital signalling solution for Roy Hill and, following a decade-long collaboration with Rio Tinto, enabled the launch of AutoHaul®, the first fully autonomous heavy-haul long distance rail network.