The Townsville City Deal continues to shape a bold new future for Townsville with significant progress on major infrastructure projects that create jobs and improve liveability, according to the third annual report on the Deal released today.
The North Lakes Smart Parking App was launched today, making parking at North Lakes more accessible for residents and commuters.
The great unveiling of the Queensland Country Bank Stadium will take place tomorrow, with the gates unlocked for Open Day – the first opportunity for locals to take a look inside the brand-new home of the beloved North Queensland Cowboys.
An economic boost is on its way to Launceston’s CBD as construction begins on the University of Tasmania’s new Library and Student Services building.
The Morrison and Marshall Governments have released an early concept design for the Main North Road, Kings and McIntyre Roads Intersection Upgrade for community consultation.
Communities across Western Sydney, including the bushfire-affected shire of Wollondilly, will today receive a liveability boost to local infrastructure.
Tenders have been called for phase one of the Stephenson Avenue Extension project – extending Stephenson Avenue from Scarborough Beach Road up to Sarich Court in Osborne Park.
The Gawler Connected Community App, which makes it a breeze for local residents to connect with Council and local businesses, is now available for download.
Early work has begun on two of Melbourne’s busiest freeways, with geotechnical drilling underway on the Sydney Road to Edgars Road section of the M80 Ring Road and the second stage of the Monash Freeway Upgrade.
Drivers have had their first taste of the jointly-funded $400 million Ipswich Motorway upgrade, with a major traffic switch underway.
The turn-up-and-go Brisbane Metro public transport system has notched up another milestone with early works starting in South Brisbane.
The Government has appointed Ms Erin Flaherty as Chair of the Moorebank Intermodal Company Limited (MIC) Board for a three-year term.
Shovels will hit the ground on the M1 Pacific Motorway Varsity Lakes to Tugun upgrade by mid-2020 following the release of crucial Federal and Queensland government funding this week.
South-East Queensland motorists have been given their first look at plans for the $192.6 million M1 Pacific Motorway Exit 41 and Exit 49 upgrades at Yatala South and Pimpama.
The first major piece of infrastructure at Western Sydney International (Nancy-Bird Walton) Airport is complete with Badgerys Creek Road ready for traffic.