Australia’s general aviation (GA) sector will benefit from a number of significant policy and regulatory actions being taken by the Liberal and Nationals’ Government and the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA).
Road safety upgrades to improve heavy vehicle operations on Albany Lake Grace Road (Chester Pass Road) at Amelup Curves—in Western Australia’s Great Southern region are now complete, ensuring freight movements are safer and more efficient.
Works are underway to install new pedestrian crossing lights on the Murray Valley Highway (Ogilvie Avenue) at Echuca, as part of a broader package of works to improve the safety of the Murray Valley Highway between Echuca and Yarrawonga.
Bribie Island residents travelling to and from the Bruce Highway will get home sooner and safer with a $20 million upgrade to the busy Bribie Island Road.
The Liberal and Nationals' Government is continuing to progress the Melbourne to Brisbane Inland Rail, with a $13.5 million contract awarded by the Australian Rail Track Corporation (ARTC) for feasibility design work between Narromine and…
The second stage of the Echuca-Moama Bridge project will begin shortly, with a wide-ranging package of works set to deliver vital upgrades to Echuca’s Warren Street.
Nearly 70 kilometres of upgrades are on the way for high-priority sections of the Outback Way in Queensland.
Work begins today on a major upgrade of a section of the New England Highway around Bolivia Hill, about 32 kilometres south of Tenterfield.
Regional passenger rail services on the Bendigo/Echuca line are set to become quicker and more reliable following the Australian Government's commitment to deliver major track and signalling upgrade works on the corridor.
The Liberal and Nationals’ Government today announced an independent review into why some heavy vehicle operators are experiencing economic losses and delays in being granted special road access permits.
Improvements on approximately 20 kilometres of the Hyland Highway between Flynns Creek Road and Carrajung-Woodside Road are complete, providing motorists with a safer and more reliable journey in this area of Gippsland.
Construction is getting underway on the new Mary River Road Bridge at Cooroy in central Queensland, which is set to improve safety and future-proof access to Cooroy for decades to come.
An upgrade of the full length of Tower Road and a 2.6-kilometre section of the Penola–Casterton Road, from the Tower Road junction to the South Australian/Victorian border is now complete.
Local Tasmanian joint venture, VEC-Shaw, has been announced as the preferred contractor for the Midland Highway—Perth Link Roads project.
Australia and India have agreed open capacity between the major airports in our countries.