The North Queensland Stadium has hit another major construction milestone with the first of the new venue’s 36 unique roof trusses being carefully lifted into place.
Today's South Australian budget ensures that the congestion-busting agenda of the Morrison and Marshall Governments will be fully funded and implemented in the next few years.
Australia’s biggest airlines – Qantas and Virgin – have entered into Memoranda of Understanding that will pave the way for them to fly out of Western Sydney International (Nancy-Bird Walton) Airport.
The Minister for Cities, Urban Infrastructure and Population Alan Tudge will attend the Australian American Leadership Dialogue’s West Coast Leadership Program.
Steps to bust congestion on the Pacific Motorway (M1) are showing no signs of slowing with design underway for two major projects.
The Federal Liberal and Nationals Government is investing a record $100 billion over 10 years from 2019–20 through its rolling infrastructure plan to help manage our growing population, meet our national freight challenge and get Australians home…
The Federal Liberal and Nationals Government has committed $50 million to fund upgrades to the Australian Capital Territory’s Kings Highway corridor and the duplication of William Slim Drive.
The Government has appointed Mr Lucio Di Bartolomeo as Deputy Chair of the Moorebank Intermodal Company Limited (MIC) Board and reappointed him as a Non-Executive Director for an additional three-year term.
Work has started on the $16.4 million upgrade of Smithfield Road – one of Fairfield’s busiest arterial roads.
The 2019–20 Federal Budget will lock in an additional $1.6 billion of our Liberal Nationals Government's investment into critical road and rail infrastructure across Perth and regional Western Australia, busting congestion and driving stronger…
Motorists across Sydney and the Central Coast will be spending less time in traffic and more time doing what’s important to them after a $253.5 million congestion-busting funding boost.
Free WiFi is now available in parts of the city centre and other designated public recreational areas in Bathurst thanks to the Morrison Government's $50 million Smart Cities and Suburbs Program.
Construction on the $885 million Northern Connector project has reached a significant new milestone, with the Waterloo Corner Interchange overpass set to open tomorrow.
Western Australia's biggest high-speed interchange is now open, following the completion of works on NorthLink WA's most complex component—the intersection of Tonkin Highway and Reid Highway in Perth's north east.
The Morrison Government will deliver $2 billion to bring fast rail to life between Geelong and Melbourne, cutting the 80km journey in half to 32 minutes.