The Hon Paul Fletcher MP, Minister for Urban Infrastructure
- Value Capture: Is There a Role for the Commonwealth?
Being briefed on the introduction of smart motorway technology at the Traffic Operations Centre in Wellington NZ
With Steven Newman CEO of ERoad: their electronic heavy vehicle road user charge system is used in NZ & is in trials in Oregon & California
- Sky News live to the Point with Peter Van Onselen and Kristina Keneally
Topics: Western Sydney City Deal; Perth Freight Link
- Minister to investigate New Zealand's heavy vehicle charging system
Today I will travel to New Zealand to meet senior political leaders, officials and industry representatives to learn more about New Zealand's heavy vehicle user charging system, including electronic charging methods which are now used by an increasing proportion of heavy vehicles in New Zealand.
- SNC—Lavalin on board for Western Sydney Airport rail
A consortium led by SNC-Lavalin Rail & Transit has been selected to deliver an important part of the Australian Government's concept design for rail infrastructure on the Western Sydney Airport site.
- The Northern Road Upgrade added to national Infrastructure Priority List
The Australian Government has welcomed the announcement today by Infrastructure Australia that it has added Western Sydney's The Northern Road Upgrade to its list of priority projects.
- Improved data transparency to progress heavy vehicle road reform
Updates to the Heavy Vehicle Expenditure Plans and Infrastructure Ratings, published today on the COAG Transport and Infrastructure Council's website, represent another step in progressing national heavy vehicle road reform.
'New Airport will help the west fly': my op-ed in today's Daily Telegraph http://paulfletcher.com.au/media-centre/articles-by-paul/item/1883-op-ed-new-airport-will-help-the-west-fly.html
Speaking at the Western Sydney Aerotropolis Summit in Sydney, about the government's plans for Western Sydney Airport
About to speak at 'Western Sydney Aerotropolis Summit' in Sydney, I'll discuss progress on Western Sydney Airport, due to open in 2026.
At a Sydney Business Chamber lunch where I will speak shortly about infrastructure investment in Sydney
With the team at Bosch Australia in Clayton, Victoria, being briefed on their work developing automated vehicle technology