The Federal and Queensland governments have announced they will jointly fund a $10 million upgrade to one of the city’s busiest intersections.
Geelong’s first Smart Nodes – high-tech replacements for streetlight poles – were officially switched on today at a launch event on the city’s waterfront.
Gold Coasters have been given their first look at plans for the city’s $1 billion M1 Varsity Lakes to Tugun upgrade set to get underway next year.
Infrastructure projects across Tasmania will be brought forward under a more than $173 million package that will boost the state’s economy by driving more jobs and supporting the local tourism and agricultural industries.
Perth’s newest METRONET project is now underway, with early works commencing on the Yanchep Rail Extension.
A federal and state infrastructure package will boost the Victorian economy with more than $1 billion in project funding aimed at busting congestion and increasing road safety.
The New South Wales economy will be boosted by a $570 million infrastructure package to bust congestion and make regional roads safer.
The Federal Liberal and Nationals Government has put commuter safety and reducing congestion at the forefront of its infrastructure agenda by announcing it will contribute an additional $46.3 million to upgrade the M1 Pacific Motorway at Exits 41…
A $1.9 billion road and rail package will boost the Queensland economy and drive more jobs, while getting people home sooner and safer.
The Australian Government has committed a further $157 million to make Stage 3A of the Gold Coast Light Rail a reality.
The WA economy will receive a $940 million boost from additional Federal and State infrastructure funding over the next four years.
The South Australian economy will be boosted by a $415 million infrastructure package to bust congestion and make regional roads safer.
A new plan released today will outline how the $551 million Adelaide City Deal will boost the South Australian economy, centred around the Lot Fourteen innovation and culture precinct.
Darwin is set to reap the economic, education and tourism rewards of its $200 million City Deal with today’s release of the Implementation Plan.
North Queensland Stadium will throw open its gates to the community for the first time next February, with a free People’s Day confirmed for Saturday 22 February, 2020.