Improved reliability and more frequent rail services are a step closer for residents in South West Victoria, with work starting this week on signalling upgrades and a crossing loop as part of the Warrnambool Line Upgrade.
New water infrastructure is a step closer today with the Morrison-McCormack Government doubling its cash contribution for the Wyangala and Dungowan Dam projects, providing an additional $283.5 million.
Works on the jointly funded $163.3 million Bruce Highway upgrade at the Deception Bay Road Interchange will start in the coming weeks after the construction contract was awarded to BMD Constructions Pty Ltd.
The Liberal and Nationals Government is continuing to support Australian seafarers affected by the COVID-19 pandemic with a further automatic extension to their qualifications.
As school holidays begin across the country, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Development Michael McCormack and Assistant Minister for Road Safety and Freight Transport Scott…
The highly anticipated Gympie bypass has moved a step closer, with the first sod turned today at the Woondum interchange.
Tenders have been called for the next stage of upgrades to the Murchison Highway as part of the Australian and Tasmanian Governments’ historic level of investment into this key freight and passenger route connecting the North-West and West Coast…
History was made at Peak Hill today when the final golden clip was hammered into place to signify the completion of the first section of Inland Rail.
The National Water Grid Advisory Body, announced today, will play a pivotal role in supporting rural and regional Australia by growing our agriculture sector, increasing water security and building resilience from drought and floods.
The Liberal and Nationals Government are today committing up to $23 million towards the development of the Rocky Stadium.
The Morrison-McCormack Government has urged all parties involved in Sydney’s waterfront industrial dispute to work together on a quick resolution to minimise the impact on workers, freight and the nation.
Just one week remains for businesses, governments, industry and communities to propose ideas that improve local connections with Inland Rail under the Australian Government’s $44 million Inland Rail Interface Improvement Program (II Program).
Thousands of jobs across the tourism and hospitality industry will be backed through a $50 million injection to help restart Australia’s vital business events sector.
One of the last major pieces of the Pacific Highway upgrade is moving into place with the upcoming opening of a 34-kilometre section of new dual carriage motorway to bypass the northern New South Wales towns of Woodburn,…
Over 560 jobs will be up for grabs in Townsville after two major regional road projects moved up another gear today.