25 Nov 2022
ARTC Inland Rail opens track between Narrabri and Moree The Australian Rail Track Corporation (ARTC) has opened 83km of upgraded Inland Rail track between Moree and Narrabri, with the first grain train set to run in the coming days.
24 Nov 2022
Net Zero Unit to drive transport and infrastructure emissions reduction A Net Zero Unit has been established in the Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development, Communication and the Arts, to be led by Ian Porter.
24 Nov 2022
Edith Cowan University – Recognising Noongar culture at the heart of planned new city campus In recognition of Noongar culture, Edith Cowan University (ECU) has unveiled a newly commissioned artwork as work starts on its future Perth city campus.
24 Nov 2022
Brakes off for high speed rail The Parliament has today passed the High Speed Rail Authority Bill 2022, an important first step in the Albanese Government's commitment to establish the High Speed Rail Authority that will guide the development of a high speed rail netwo
23 Nov 2022
Upgrading the Mount Ousley Interchange The $300 million upgrade of the Mount Ousley Interchange is a step closer with early works about to start. The new interchange will replace the existing intersection of the Princes Motorway and Mount Ousley Road.
22 Nov 2022
Submissions open for $4 million heavy vehicle safety grant program The National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR) has opened submissions for Round 8 of the Heavy Vehicle Safety Initiative (HVSI) to fund new projects to deliver a safer heavy vehicle industry.
21 Nov 2022
Game changing bypass a step closer with shortlist released Singleton’s biggest infrastructure project is edging closer, with the shortlist of tenderers to design and build the New England Highway bypass announced.   
18 Nov 2022
Consultation opens for fuel quality standards Public consultation is now open on improved fuel quality standards that could see cleaner cars on Australian roads, resulting in better health and environmental outcomes.
17 Nov 2022
Funding election commitments to the Hunter The Minister for Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Local Government, Catherine King, has visited the Hunter today to highlight significant infrastructure projects commited to in the October Budget.
16 Nov 2022
Improving infrastructure for the Central Coast The Minister for Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Local Government, Catherine King, has visited the Central Coast to highlight budget funding for local roads and community facilities.
16 Nov 2022
A decade of opportunity - launch of Gladstone Region's Economic Transition 10-year Roadmap In an Australian first, Gladstone Regional Council has today launched its 10-year economic transition roadmap to support and guide Queensland’s industrial capital to become a renewable energy superpower.
16 Nov 2022
Delivering for the Central Coast The Albanese Government is delivering for the Central Coast, with significant commitments to local roads and community facilities funded in the Budget.
14 Nov 2022
New Yatala South off-ramps open M1 motorists exiting at Yatala South are getting home sooner and safer after the new, southbound off-ramp opened today. The northbound off-ramp is expected to open next week.
14 Nov 2022
Approval of Melbourne Airport Master Plan I have today approved the Melbourne Airport Master Plan in accordance with section 81 of the Airports Act 1996.
08 Nov 2022
Australia rises to Green Shipping Challenge at COP27 The Australian Government today joined other nations at the COP27 launch of a global pledge to clean up the international shipping industry, as the world reduces emissions in line with the Paris Agreement.