Local Tasmanian joint venture, VEC-Shaw, has been announced as the preferred contractor for the Midland Highway—Perth Link Roads project.
An upgrade of the full length of Tower Road and a 2.6-kilometre section of the Penola–Casterton Road, from the Tower Road junction to the South Australian/Victorian border is now complete.
The new $4.9 million two-lane Tone Bridge located along the Boyup Brook – Cranbrook Road at Tonebridge, Western Australia, is now complete, with the project set to improve safety for passenger and freight vehicles.
Heavy vehicle operators and other road users will soon be safer on the roads following new Australian Design Rules (ADRs) aimed at reducing heavy vehicle rollovers and similar loss-of-control crashes.
A new system unveiled to link supply chain information through blockchain technology will revolutionise international trade by removing complexity.
Business case for Victoria’s North East Link submitted to Infrastructure Australia.
Volvo Trucks is introducing a cloud-based service, Connected Safety, which allows Volvo trucks and Volvo cars to automatically alert each other to hazardous traffic situations. Thanks to pioneering collaboration, two independent vehicle manufacturers are allowing their cars and trucks to share real-time traffic hazard information.
Drivers in suburbs across Melbourne will get less congested, more reliable roads, with the Victorian Government to make the biggest investment in suburban roads in Victoria’s history.
This country’s ability to meet many of the challenges of the 21st century relies on our renewed commitment to our passenger and freight rail networks.
Traffic relief is on the way for Perth motorists with construction kicking off on the widening of Armadale Road in the city’s south.