The Hon Alan Tudge MP, Minister for Cities, Urban Infrastructure and Population
- Infrastructure Australia 2019 Priority List Welcomed
The Australian Government welcomes today’s release of Infrastructure Australia’s (IA) annual Infrastructure Priority List, to assist with the strategic delivery of nation-building infrastructure.
- Smart Tech Projects Aims to Reduce Coastal Drownings
A new world-first beach safety initiative will use cutting-edge technology in a bid to curb the growing number of drownings along the New South Wales coast.
- Inaugural Treasurers' Forum on Population
Today was the first meeting of the Treasurers’ Forum on Population as part of the Council on Federal Financial Relations, which saw all levels of government come together to discuss how we can better plan for Australia’s changing population.
- $121 million to bust congestion in East and South-East Melbourne
Motorists and public transport users in east and south-east Melbourne will benefit from a $121 million investment in congestion busting infrastructure.
- $140 million to bust congestion North and South of Melbourne
Motorists north and south of Melbourne will be getting home sooner and safer after a $140 million injection to bust congestion.
The Urban Congestion Fund has hit Melbourne. Today
@ScottMorrisonMP , @ChrisCrewtherMP & I delivered $140m to #bustcongestion in the north and south-east, and there's plenty more to come. https://minister.infrastructure.gov.au/tudge/releases/2019/february
- Local Congestion Busting Projects funded in Brisbane's North
Parents will be able to get home to their families sooner and tradies will spend less time in traffic jams following an $80 million injection for local congestion busting projects across Brisbane's north.
We've kicked off our $1 billion Urban Congestion Fund north of Brisbane today with
@ScottMorrisonMP @PeterDutton_MP @LukeHowarthMP @stoker_aj we're fixing local pinch points here and across Australia #congestionbusting https://minister.infrastructure.gov.au/tudge/releases/2019/january
- Coalition sets new standard for Aboriginal engagement at Western Sydney Airport
A ground-breaking agreement for Western Sydney Airport will drive Aboriginal engagement opportunities in business, education and employment and help shape the airport's scope and operation, under a plan revealed by the Morrison Government today.