Fifteen new road safety projects are about to start rolling out across South Australia as part of the first tranche of a road safety package worth more than $100 million, designed to reduce road trauma and save lives.
The design and construction of Inland Rail is providing stimulus to companies right across the nation with investments in services and supplies driving employment and growth in regional Australia.
Funding is now available to support a safer road system and drive down road trauma, with applications open under Round 2 of the $12 million Road Safety Innovation Fund.
The Australian Government today announced funding for an important infrastructure project to boost the nation’s capital – construction of the first section of the City to Woden light rail extension.
Australians are turning the dream of a tree change into reality, with the largest quarterly shift on record of city dwellers making the move to regional Australia.
Secure, reliable and cost-effective water supply is a step closer to supporting economic development in the Darwin region, with the Adelaide River Off-Stream Water Storage (AROWS) preliminary assessment now complete.
The Australian Government has unlocked almost $43 million in new funding to finish the Bolivia Hill upgrade in New South Wales.
Seventeen marine tourism operators along the Great Barrier Reef will take to the water from this week for reef site monitoring and maintenance, supporting up to 300 existing frontline jobs in the Reef’s tourism industry.
Australia will seek re-election to the International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) Council for the 2022-23 biennium to secure its voice at the world’s premier maritime forum.
More than 100 road safety projects are about to start rolling out across Victoria, in a $245 million road improvement blitz designed to reduce road trauma and save lives.
Work is under way on $11.5 million worth of safety upgrades to the Peak Downs Highway, north of Clermont.
Deputy Prime Minister and Federal Minister for Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Development Michael McCormack and Victorian Minister for Transport Infrastructure Jacinta Allan said almost 70,000 new sleepers were now being installed between…
New road safety upgrades and improvements will be delivered across Tasmania thanks to funding from the Australian and Tasmanian governments.
Truck drivers will soon be able to use new state-of-the-art technology to gain valuable experience before hitting the road following the launch of the South Australian Road Transport Association’s new Heavy Vehicle Simulator.
The Huon Highway and Sandfly Road intersection upgrade is moving along, with the contract awarded to local Tasmanian company Hazell Bros Group – paving the way for work to start in coming weeks.