Rail

ACCC role in rail

The ACCC has functions regulating rail, which arise from the National Access Regime in Part IIIA of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 assessing Part IIIA undertakings submitted by rail access providers and carrying out functions under accepted undertakings such as arbitrating access disputes.

Regulatory Observer - issue 44

In this issue:

  • Ireland's competition authority investigates competitiveness of ports
  • International regulatory round-up
  • Australian regulatory round-up

Regulatory Observer - issue 46

In this issue:

  • Bundeskartellamt protects competition in rail, water, energy and telecommunications in 2012
  • International regulatory round-up
  • Australian regulatory round-up

Rail

The ACCC has responsibilities in regulating the rail industry and promoting efficiency and investment in rail infrastructure.