The electrification of Adelaide's most used rail line is one step closer with the go-ahead given to the Gawler Rail Project by the Coalition Government's independent infrastructure adviser.
Examining how procurement policy and practices can deliver better value for taxpayers and foster the development of expertise and experience in the construction sector will be the focus of a report commissioned by Deputy Prime Minister Michael…
The approval of Western Sydney Airport’s $200 million Biodiversity Offset Delivery Plan by the Department of the Environment and Energy provides for a comprehensive program of biodiversity offsets, and clears the way for earthworks to begin on…
Congestion busting relief is a step closer for drivers from Pakenham to Chadstone and across Melbourne's south-east with contractors shortlisted for stage two of the Monash Freeway Upgrade.
Western Sydney's congestion-busting Glenbrook intersection upgrade is closing in on completion, with work now complete on new traffic lights at the intersection of the Great Western Highway and Ross Street.
Design and construction proposals are being sought for a new interchange at the busy intersection of Roe Highway and Kalamunda Road in Perth.
The search for a company to deliver two major METRONET projects has begun, with the release of a Request for Proposal to the market today.
The centrepiece of the Townsville City Deal will reach a critical milestone today with the first seating platforms installed at the North Queensland Stadium.
Eight local councils across the future Western Parkland City will share in a $150 million Liveability Program to provide high quality community infrastructure and public spaces, as part of the Western Sydney City Deal.
The Townsville City Deal continues to transform Townsville, attract investment and support local job creation, according to the second annual progress report on the Deal released today.
The supply of affordable housing in Hobart for Tasmanians in need will be boosted by a $30 million package under the first element of the Hobart City Deal revealed today.
Motorists and public transport users in east and south-east Melbourne will benefit from a $121 million investment in congestion busting infrastructure.
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.
Western Sydney will undergo a liveability upgrade with the announcement today of millions of dollars in projects to revitalise community infrastructure and public spaces.