The Australia Government has joined the Australian Road Safety Foundation (ARSF), in urging all motorists using rural roads to reconsider their behaviour and put road safety first, during this Rural Road Safety Month and beyond.
National Cabinet has taken further action today to keep Australian freight moving safely by formalising a Freight Movement Code.
Funding under the Australian Government’s Black Spot Program will substantially improve 92 dangerous crash sites on Victorian roads over the next two years.
Seven community groups in the Riverina and Central West have received vital grants of between $1,000 and $4,000 in round five of the Inland Rail Community Sponsorships and Donations program.
Six dangerous sites on Northern Territory roads will be substantially improved over the next 12 months thanks to funding under the Australian Government’s Black Spot Program.
Twenty-four dangerous crash sites on Tasmanian roads will be substantially improved over the next 12 months thanks to funding under the Australian Government’s Black Spot Program.
The Australian and Queensland Governments have unlocked funding to fix the dangerous intersection of the Warrego Highway and Brimblecombe Road in southern Queensland.
Today is another very tough day for the aviation industry, after a very long and difficult few months, especially for Victorians.
Gilgandra Country Women’s Association (CWA) Evening Branch, Western Student Connections and the Narromine Lions Club are among the community groups across the Inland Rail alignment to receive vital grants of up to $4,000 through the Inland Rail…
The Australian Government has unlocked its $40 million commitment to enable the Port of Burnie Shiploader Upgrade to proceed to tender, providing confidence and certainty to Tasmania’s resources sector.
Twenty-six projects aimed at saving lives and reducing road trauma will share in $5.9 million under Round 5 of the Australian Government’s Heavy Vehicle Safety Initiative (HVSI).
The Southwest Connex consortium has been named the preferred proponent to design and construct the Bunbury Outer Ring Road, the biggest regional infrastructure project ever undertaken in Western Australia.
Upgrades between James Street and Airport Avenue have been identified as stage one early works for the $359 million Captain Cook Highway project.
Further artefacts from Toowoomba's early history have been uncovered under James Street as part of the $10.7 million West Creek Culvert Upgrade project.
Central Queenslanders are invited to have their say on the upgrades that are most important to them as part of the $80 million jointly funded Rockhampton-Yeppoon Road project.