Western Sydney City Deal delivering jobs and community infrastructure for the Parkland City

Activity across Western Sydney has cranked up a gear today with work commencing on the Campbelltown Billabong Parklands

24 June 2020

Media release

$145 million to unlock infrastructure job in SA

The Morrison and Marshall Governments will support construction jobs across South Australia by jointly investing an additional $145 million to deliver shovel-ready infrastructure projects and urgent road safety upgrades.

24 June 2020

Media release

M1 motorists up to speed as $218 million upgrade complete

After 167,000 tonnes of asphalt and one million hours worked, the jointly funded $218.5 million M1 upgrade from Mudgeeraba to Varsity Lakes is complete.

23 June 2020

Media release

Quicker, safer journeys for Mitchell Freeway southbound users

Further relief for Mitchell Freeway commuters is on the way, with three consortia shortlisted and invited to submit detailed proposals to design and construct a third lane on Mitchell Freeway southbound, from Hodges Drive to Hepburn Avenue.

23 June 2020

Media release

Regional Australia grows as country living beats city lifestyle

65,000 more people chose to move to regional Australia from capital cities than the other way around, according to a new Regional Australia Institute (RAI) report tracking population movements between 2011 and 2016.

23 June 2020

Media release

World-first online community event launched for WestConnex M8

An interactive, world-first online community event will give visitors a virtual visit to the WestConnex M8 tunnels and new St Peters Interchange ahead of the $4.3 billion project opening to motorists in the coming weeks.  

23 June 2020

Media release

$53 million to unlock infrastructure jobs in the NT

The Commonwealth and Northern Territory Governments will support infrastructure construction jobs across the NT by jointly investing an additional $53 million to deliver shovel-ready infrastructure projects and urgent road safety upgrades.…

22 June 2020

Media release

$415 million to unlock hundreds of infrastructure jobs in Queensland

The Commonwealth and Queensland Governments will support infrastructure construction jobs across Queensland by jointly investing an additional $415 million to deliver shovel-ready infrastructure projects and urgent road safety upgrades.

22 June 2020

Media release

$35 million to unlock infrastructure jobs in the ACT

The Commonwealth and ACT Governments will support construction jobs across the Canberra region by jointly investing an additional $35 million to deliver shovel-ready infrastructure projects and urgent road safety upgrades.
 

22 June 2020

Media release

First end-to-end drive-through of NorthConnex

Sydneysiders will be given their first look at the congestion-busting NorthConnex tunnel today following the first end-to-end drive through of the $3 billion project.
 

22 June 2020

Media release

Perth’s newest METRONET train station designs unveiled

New details of the METRONET Morley-Ellenbrook Line have been unveiled with today’s release of the Project Definition Plan.

21 June 2020

Media release

Tonkin Gap contract fast tracked unlocking thousands of jobs

The $400 million Tonkin Gap contract has been awarded to the Tonkin Gap Alliance, fast tracking the project and unlocking thousands of local jobs with works expected to commence in September.  

21 June 2020

Media release

$223 million to unlock hundreds of infrastructure jobs

The Morrison and McGowan Governments will support construction jobs across Western Australia by jointly investing an additional $223 million to deliver shovel-ready infrastructure projects and urgent road safety upgrades.

21 June 2020

Media release

Designs unveiled as Launceston's new university campus builds momentum

Designs have been revealed for the River’s Edge and Willis Street buildings – the final major buildings of the University of Tasmania’s new Launceston campus.

19 June 2020

Media release

Positive community feedback for Lindum Station Precinct Study

A safer level crossing, increased car parking and improved pedestrian and bike access are some of the top priorities identified by the Lindum Station Precinct Study.

17 June 2020

Media release

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