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.
Water security is at the top of the Liberal and Nationals Government’s agenda as the 46th Parliament gets down to business.
The Australian Government will fully deliver on its commitment to provide up to $195 million for the construction of Stage 2 of Townsville's Haughton Pipeline project.
Goldenfields Water customers in the Riverina will today become the first Australians to monitor their water consumption through a free mobile app.
More than $700,000 of heavy vehicle safety funding has been allocated to supporting truck driver mental health initiatives through the 2019-20 Heavy Vehicle Safety Initiative.
A new regional office will open soon in Moree to support communities and local businesses from Narrabri to the New South Wales/Queensland border to identify and connect to the benefits of Inland Rail.
The safety of 71 Victorian road ‘black spots’ will be substantially improved over the next 12 months.
Motorists and freight operators are benefiting from nine kilometres of new single lane highway between Devils Pulpit and New Italy as part of the Woolgoolga to Ballina Pacific Highway upgrade.
The safety of seven Northern Territory road ‘black spots’ will be substantially improved over the next 12 months.
The new M4 Tunnels have been officially opened and the first drivers will make their way through the 5.5-kilometre tunnels from Homebush to Haberfield early tomorrow morning.
Significant transport savings could be on the way for farmers and manufacturers who shift their products and produce to the transformational Inland Rail.
Construction will soon start on new intersection upgrades on the Calder Highway that will reduce the risk of crashes at two notorious intersections while improving freight efficiency in north-west Victoria’s Sunraysia region.
The tender to upgrade Keep River Road has been awarded to local company Exact Contracting Pty Ltd for $58 million.