Work has begun to prepare for construction of the next stage of Gold Coast Light Rail.
The congestion-busting, $195.3 million upgrade of the M1/M3 Gateway Merge at Eight Mile Plains will be completed ahead of schedule, as another large-scale upgrade begins on the M1.
The first construction contract has been awarded for the $1 billion Pacific Motorway (M1) upgrade between Varsity Lakes and Tugun (VL2T).
The Morrison and Marshall Governments are continuing to support jobs and local businesses by delivering crucial infrastructure across South Australia.
Townsville’s $193 million port upgrade is underway with the first rocks laid today for its new protective wall.
Start of construction on the 2.2km protective rock wall will ultimately pave the way for up to six new berths.
Construction on stage two of the $1.4 billion Monash Freeway upgrade has begun, with the centre median of the corridor to be transformed into a work site.
Western Sydney International (Nancy-Bird Walton) Airport is entering a monumental new phase today as major earthworks commence.
Expressions of interest are being sought from industry to design and construct an 8.8 km additional third lane on the Mitchell Freeway between Hodges Drive and Hepburn Avenue.
South Australians will now save time and avoid sitting in traffic when heading north, with the six-lane 110km/h Northern Connector opening to traffic today.
South Australians will be spending less time in traffic this long weekend with motorists able to access the new Northern Connector from Saturday morning, 7 March.
Peak hour parking for motorists in Melbourne’s north-east will soon be faster and easier with works beginning to build up to 120 new and upgraded commuter car parks at Hurstbridge Station.
The Townsville City Deal continues to shape a bold new future for Townsville with significant progress on major infrastructure projects that create jobs and improve liveability, according to the third annual report on the Deal released today.
The North Lakes Smart Parking App was launched today, making parking at North Lakes more accessible for residents and commuters.
The great unveiling of the Queensland Country Bank Stadium will take place tomorrow, with the gates unlocked for Open Day – the first opportunity for locals to take a look inside the brand-new home of the beloved North Queensland Cowboys.
An economic boost is on its way to Launceston’s CBD as construction begins on the University of Tasmania’s new Library and Student Services building.