The Federal Liberal and Nationals Government’s new Office of Road Safety is now operational and will get to work on improving leadership and co-ordination across governments to reduce deaths and serious injuries on the nation’s roads.
The Liberals and Nationals today announced details of a vision for improving the efficiency of freight transport networks throughout Australia.
Freight operators throughout the Northern Territory will soon experience safer, faster and more reliable travel along key freight routes thanks to the Liberal and Nationals Government’s $3.5 billion Roads of Strategic Importance (ROSI) initiative…
The Federal Government will invest $730 million to open up North Queensland to more traffic and more business.
Works are underway to improve the safety of the North Maclean section of the Mount Lindesay Highway, just south of Brisbane.
Local councils are urged to get on board with a shake-up for the movement of agricultural machinery across the road network, which will be a game-changer for the nation's farm businesses.
The Morrison Government will invest $130 million to fix traffic headaches at exits on the M1, Mount Lindesay Highway and Ipswich Motorway corridors.
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Development Michael McCormack unveiled the Terms of Reference for the National Road Safety Governance Review on the Barton Highway today in Murrumbateman, New South…
Modernised heavy vehicle access – backed by the Federal Liberal and Nationals Government, to slash agricultural industry red tape and boost business efficiencies – are a significant step closer to reality.
The first North West Queensland project to be delivered under the Northern Australia Beef Roads Program (NABRP) is done and dusted, with sealing works now complete on a section of the Cloncurry–Dajarra Road.
As the school term and work starts to wrap up for most and Australians’ minds turn to travel over the Christmas period, Deputy Prime Minister and Nationals’ Leader Michael McCormack has urged people to take their time and drive safely this…
The Coalition Government will sit down with key stakeholders in Broome next Monday to gauge how to best link communities and essential services through the 10-year, $3.5 billion Roads of Strategic Importance (ROSI) initiative.
A fifth Community Consultative Committee (CCC) has been established by the Australian Rail Track Corporation (ARTC) for Inland Rail, appointing a prominent former local Mayor to lead its work, Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack says.
The Liberal and Nationals' Government's 10-year, $3.5 billion Roads of Strategic Importance (ROSI) initiative is set to deliver game-changing works to drive productivity and efficiency gains across Australia's key freight routes.
An important first step in the delivery of the most complex section of the Inland Rail alignment has been made, with the announcement of the Public Private Partnership (PPP) Registrations of Interest (ROI) for the Gowrie to Kagaru section.