The Hon Paul Fletcher MP, Minister for Urban Infrastructure
- Public consultation underway on independent price regulation for heavy vehicle charges
The Australian Government has today released a discussion paper on options for an independent price regulator for heavy vehicle charges.
- Government exploring advanced braking systems in a bid to increase motorcycle safety
The Australian Government has today begun consulting on options to improve the safety of motorcycle riders through the greater use of advanced braking systems.
- $30 million M5 Belmore Road Ramps at Riverwood a step closer
Planning for the Australian and New South Wales governments' $30 million upgrade of the M5 South West Motorway at Belmore is progressing well.
- Sky News Live, Beattie and Reith with Peter Beattie and Peter McGauran
Topics: The Turnbull Government's record $75 billion infrastructure commitment
- 2017–18 Budget papers reveal record spending on infrastructure
The 2017–18 Budget is a once-in-a-generation, $75 billion infrastructure budget that sets a long-term vision for our future and commits to game-changing infrastructure projects across the nation. Our $10 billion National Rail Program will reduce travel times, connect people with jobs and provide more options about where to live, work and invest.
- Government commits up to $5.3 billion to build Western Sydney Airport
The Turnbull Government has committed up to $5.3 billion over 10 years in the 2017-18 Budget to build Western Sydney Airport through a new company, WSA Co.
- Melbourne to Tullamarine Airport Rail Link one step closer with $30 million business case funding
The Turnbull Government has committed $30 million to develop a rail link between the CBD of Melbourne and Tullamarine Airport.
- Delivering Road and Rail Infrastructure Today and Planning for a Stronger and More Competitive Australia Tomorrow
The 2017–18 Budget delivers a transformational next step in the Coalition Government's record investment in infrastructure—improving connectivity, productivity, and liveability in our cities and regions.