The Morrison Government is today delivering $400,000 towards planning for the removal of the level crossing at Lindum Station in Wynnum.
Lindum Crossing is well known to local residents as a safety hazard and a traffic bottleneck.
The Morrison Government will be getting the people of Perth home sooner and safer with a $96 million congestion-busting package that will transform parts of the city.
Works are underway to improve the safety of the North Maclean section of the Mount Lindesay Highway, just south of Brisbane.
Australia's biggest aviation project will honour one of the nation's trailblazing stars of the sky.
The Australian and South Australian Governments have today announced the two shortlisted companies/consortia for the major works contract on the $354 million Regency Road to Pym Street Project.
Work is powering ahead on The Northern Road Upgrade, with shovels now in the ground for Stage 5 of the upgrade between Littlefields Road and Glenmore Parkway and another contract finalised for the last stage of the upgrade through Luddenham.
Federal, state and local governments have come together on a landmark agreement to bust Hobart congestion and back the fast-growing tourism and science industries that are key to Hobart and Tasmania's future.
The Hobart City Deal is a 10-year vision for Greater Hobart that will create the right conditions to secure Hobart's long-term future as a productive and liveable city.
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.
The Morrison Government has committed to working with the Queensland Government and local councils in South East Queensland to develop a City Deal for the region.
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.
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.
Motorists north and south of Melbourne will be getting home sooner and safer after a $140 million injection to bust congestion.
The Morrison Government will invest $130 million to fix traffic headaches at exits on the M1, Mount Lindesay Highway and Ipswich Motorway corridors.
East Brisbane motorists will spend less time on the road, with the Morrison Government investing $33 million in local congestion busting infrastructure projects.