The Australian Government is getting on with delivering safer roads and a stronger economy in New South Wales by removing limits that restrict the number of Black Spot projects in each local government area.
The Australian and South Australian governments are getting on with building the infrastructure for the 21st century with early works on the North-South Corridor Torrens-to-Torrens project set to commence in August.
The Australian and South Australian governments are getting on with building the infrastructure for the 21st century today releasing design plans for the Bald Hills Road Interchange on the South Eastern Freeway, including plans for a new roundabout at the Old Princes Highway.
Assistant Minister for Infrastructure and Regional Development Jamie Briggs today announced important changes to the National Black Spot Programme that will make it easier for Tasmanian Councils to compete for funding.
Sense-T, the innovative technology program based at the University of Tasmania, has hit an exciting milestone with large-scale trials rolling out at 20 farms across the state to test new sensing technology and smart phone apps.
Assistant Minister for Infrastructure and Regional Development Jamie Briggs and Federal Member for Corangamite Sarah Henderson today announced up to $4 million for the Separation Creek Bridge upgrade and new pedestrian walkway as part of the $50 million Great Ocean Road Upgrade.
Assistant Minister for Infrastructure and Regional Development, the Hon. Jamie Briggs MP, today asked the National Capital Authority (NCA) to investigate the potential for urban development of West Tuggeranong in Canberra.
The Australian Government is getting on with building world class infrastructure for a stronger and more prosperous Western Sydney today releasing the Implementation Plan for its $200 million Local Roads Package to eligible Councils.
Assistant Minister for Infrastructure and Regional Development the Hon. Jamie Briggs, Gilmore MP Ann Sudmalis, and Dunn and Lewis founder Gayle Dunn today planted a native flowering gum tree at the Dunn and Lewis Centre in Ulladulla, a symbol to mark the start of construction on the Centre's final stage.
The Australian and NSW governments are delivering on their shared plan to build a stronger and more prosperous Western Sydney, today inviting tenders to build stage one of the 10 kilometre upgrade of Bringelly Road.