Over 560 jobs will be up for grabs in Townsville after two major regional road projects moved up another gear today.
The Barton Highway Upgrade Project Alliance Agreement will see contractors Seymour Whyte and SMEC partner with Transport for NSW to design and build the first stage of the project.
The first shovel-ready project in Western Australia has been delivered under the state's recent $223 million infrastructure boost, with upgrades on the Great Eastern Highway - Coates Gully Bridge now complete.
History was made in Mackay today with completion of the jointly funded, $497.3 million Mackay Ring Road – one of the region’s largest road infrastructure projects.
The Australian Government welcomes news of the successful completion of the Virgin Australia voluntary administration process.
To encourage the uptake of drones and electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) vehicles, the Australian Government has released a National Aviation Policy Issues Paper on Emerging Aviation Technologies.
Construction of the Port Botany rail line duplication between Mascot and Botany in New South Wales is a step closer, with the design and construct tender package released today.
The third stage of upgrades to Manuwarra Red Dog Highway is now complete, making travel throughout the Pilbara region safer and more efficient.
Wagga Wagga’s Eunony Bridge has re-opened to traffic after the completion of a $10.6 million widening and strengthening project.
Wagga Wagga City Council officially allowed traffic across the new structure at 6.00am today.
The Australian Government has reappointed the current Chair and two members to the Infrastructure Australia (IA) Board, keeping an experienced and steady team at the helm of the Government’s independent infrastructure adviser.
Tasmanians are another step closer to driving on a new Bridgewater Bridge with a Request for Proposal (RFP) released to market today for the $576 million project.
The Australian Government has today announced a $2.7 million boost for agricultural field days to ensure they can continue to showcase innovation and support regional communities after the pandemic.
North West New South Wales residents are encouraged to have their say on the North Star to Border (NS2B) leg of Inland Rail, through the release of the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) by the NSW Government.
The much-awaited Bussell Highway dual carriageway is a step closer, with Raubex Construction Pty Ltd named as the preferred contractor for the first stage between Capel Bypass and Hutton Road.
Motorists will be celebrating today as the Woolgoolga to Ballina Pacific Highway upgrade hits another major milestone with 15 kilometres of dual carriageway opening between Mororo and Devils Pulpit.