An extra 36 kilometres of new lanes will be added to the Monash Freeway under a joint Australian and Victorian Government plan to bust congestion in Melbourne’s east.
Locals and tourists will be able to take in Western Sydney International (Nancy-Bird Walton) Airport years before a plane even takes off with today’s unveiling of the world-class experience centre.
Townsville’s new North Queensland Stadium has reached a major milestone, with the installation of the first of 25,000 seats.
Runways, roads, rail and terminal construction will soon be underway at Western Sydney International (Nancy-Bird Walton) Airport with the Morrison Government signing off on a key earthworks contract.
With the North Queensland Cowboys set to play their last ever game at 1300 SMILES on Thursday, the grass has never looked greener for their new home at the North Queensland Stadium.
A community hub that will connect Launceston’s northern suburbs will be a key feature of the My Place My Future plan.
Two years since it was signed, a reviltalised CBD, healthier waterways, planning for the new University of Tasmania campus and scores of new jobs, show the Launceston City Deal is delivering for Northern Tasmania.
NorthLink WA's central section is officially complete with drivers now able to travel from Kewdale to Ellenbrook.
Shovels are in the ground for the sixth and final stage of The Northern Road Upgrade at Luddenham, Eaton Road and Littlefields Road.
Another notorious bottleneck will be eliminated from Perth's southern suburbs with construction starting on the $28.7 million Karel Avenue upgrade.
A congestion-busting agreement landed today between the Morrison and Marshall Governments means all 10 Urban Congestion Fund projects will commence construction within 12 to 24 months.
Tens of thousands of drivers in Melbourne's north are a step closer to safer and quicker travel following the contract award for the second stage of the O'Herns Road Upgrade in Epping.
Sandstone dug up from underneath Sydney from the Sydney Metro tunnels will be reused in the construction of Western Sydney Airport under an innovative agreement between the Federal and NSW Governments.
New community infrastructure projects supporting the growth of the Western Parkland City are on the way, with the Western Sydney City Deal’s Liveability Program opening for a second round of funding applications today.
The $174 million Oaklands Crossing Grade Separation Project is officially complete, with a community celebration being held today to mark the occasion and thank the local community for their support throughout the project.