As part of the NSW government’s commitment towards infrastructure development as the bedrock of a growing Sydney, the government has committed over $73.3 billion into infrastructure works over four years. Infrastructure projects currently in the pipeline are expected to expand ... read more
Minister for Infrastructure and Transport Darren Chester, alongside Tasmanian Minister for Infrastructure Rene Hidding, announced $4.2 million in funding for 29 Black Spot projects across Tasmania.
Contracts have been signed and construction of the Monash Freeway Upgrade is set to start in September.
More than $6 billion worth of major infrastructure projects are currently underway or scheduled to begin in South Australia over the 2016 period, precedent to the growing number of infrastructure development opportunities within the state.
Construction on the King Georges Road Interchange Upgrade, which will address one of Sydney’s worst pinch points, has reached the halfway point with completion on track for February 2017.
The Tullamarine Freeway is one of Melbourne’s oldest freeways, linking Melbourne Airport to the main central business district within the city.
Stakeholder consultation is continuing for the Northern Australia Beef Roads Programme, a $100 million Australian Government commitment towards improving key roads used for cattle transport in the nation's north.
Assistant Minister for Infrastructure and Regional Development Jamie Briggs and Member for Wannon and Chair of the Victorian Black Spot Consultative Panel Dan Tehan have announced $39.1 million in funding for 138 Black Spot projects across Victoria.
Infrastructure Partnerships Australia has welcomed the proposal by South Australian Premier Jay Weatherill to trial road user charging for heavy vehicles in that state.
This project will deliver a fully upgraded M80 between the Western Highway and Sydney Road—and will create around 1,000 jobs.