A $1.9 billion road and rail package will boost the Queensland economy and drive more jobs, while getting people home sooner and safer.
The Australian Government has committed a further $157 million to make Stage 3A of the Gold Coast Light Rail a reality.
The Federal Liberal and Nationals Government has put commuter safety and reducing congestion at the forefront of its infrastructure agenda by announcing it will contribute an additional $46.3 million to upgrade the M1 Pacific Motorway at Exits 41…
The Federal Liberal and Nationals Government is partnering with the Australian Trucking Association (ATA) to educate young Australians on how to safely share roads with heavy vehicles, following today’s launch of SafeT360 – the new Volvo ATA…
The South Australian economy will be boosted by a $415 million infrastructure package to bust congestion and make regional roads safer.
Liberal and Nationals Government is committed to continuing Australia’s strong maritime safety record, today making three appointments to the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) Board.
Communities in the Shoalhaven region are set to benefit from the completed redevelopment and official opening of the Shoalhaven Indoor Sports Centre tonight (Friday 15/11/2019).
Works have started on the Rockhampton-Emu Park Road upgrade to improve access for Type 1 road trains to local abattoirs.
The latest $200 million round of the Building Better Regions Fund (BBRF) will be wholly and solely dedicated to helping the communities hardest hit by the crippling drought.
Lobethal is now fully accessible to B-double vehicles, with the completion of a series of road upgrades that link the town to the Adelaide Hills freight route.
Deputy Prime Minister and Member for Riverina Michael McCormack has delivered further financial relief for Bland Shire as part of a comprehensive drought relief package announced last week.
The National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR) is calling for funding applications for programs that improve heavy vehicle safety on Australian roads.
A new recreational lake in Hughenden has officially opened, creating new opportunities for water sports, exercise and leisure activities.
Drought-hit farmers, small businesses and rural towns are set for an immediate cash injection to keep stock fed and watered, keep businesses open, keep locals in work and pump funds into local economies.
A $4.3 million works package for the Bruce Highway at Innisfail is now complete.