Ten additional dangerous sites on Western Australian roads will be substantially improved over the next 12 months thanks to funding under the Federal Liberal and Nationals Government’s Black Spot Program.
Fourteen additional dangerous crash sites on Queensland roads will be substantially improved over the next 12 months thanks to funding under the Federal Liberal and Nationals Government’s Black Spot Program.
NSW motorists are more likely to crash on country roads, which is the sobering message of this month's Rural Road Safety Month with drivers urged to rethink their driving habits.
Today's official opening of the Australian Maritime Safety Authority's regional headquarters in Coffs Harbour is delivering on improved access to services for the maritime sector and more jobs for regional cities.
The Parkes community is being encouraged to have their say as the last week of consultation on the proposed Parkes bypass kicks off.
Construction on Emu Swamp Dam in Queensland’s Granite Belt can now get under way after a long awaited commitment from the Queensland State Government matches funding that had been in place for many months from the Federal Liberal and Nationals…
The Geelong sporting community is celebrating a big win, following the completion of a major facilities upgrade at the Belmont Lions Sports Club.
Australian transport ministers today agreed to the National Freight and Supply Chain Strategy, positioning Australia to meet unprecedented freight and supply chain demands over the next 20 years.
The new $1 million Emu Creek Hall Road Bridge is now open following a complete makeover from an ageing, single-lane timber bridge to a wider, reinforced concrete bridge.
A new Joint Select Committee on Road Safety will delve into the Australian Government’s current and planned actions aimed at driving down road trauma.
Hockey in Brisbane is set to receive a boost, thanks to the completion of major improvements including a new hockey pitch at Burringbar Park—Chermside.
A weekend of celebration for the community on 7 and 8 September, will serve as a warm up to the Toowoomba Second Range Crossing (TSRC) officially opening to traffic.
Queensland’s largest road infrastructure project – the Toowoomba Second Range Crossing – will officially open on 8 September, transforming the national freight network in the Toowoomba and Lockyer Valley regions.
Design has started on the $103 million Bruce Highway – Saltwater Creek Upgrade project, north of Maryborough.
A partnership between government and the heavy vehicle industry moves into full swing this month with the first in a series of on-road trials designed to test potential direct road user charging options for heavy vehicles.