The Victorian Government isn’t wasting a day, embarking on the biggest road maintenance blitz Melbourne has ever seen.
The 1700 kilometre Inland Rail project is moving ahead thanks to the Federal Government, with ground-breaking geotechnical work underway for one of the most technically complex segments of nation-building project.
WA Transport Minister Rita Saffioti officially opened the new and improved Bow River Bridge, in the Kimberley region, alongside local community representatives and workers involved in the project.
The Territory Government is investing in job creating infrastructure with upgrades to the Stuart Highway and Tulagi Road Intersection recently awarded.
Our agriculture sector across the Pyrenees region will soon be transporting livestock and grain to market more efficiently and safely through the Victorian Government’s Local Roads to Market program.
Safety improvements on the Bruce Highway are continuing, with barriers now being installed on the Sunshine Coast.
The first step in the process to award a contract for major works on the Warrnambool and Geelong line upgrades is under way, with a call for Expressions of Interest from contractors.
Booyong Bridge was officially opened, the first of five new bridges being built as part of the Bangalow Bridges Replacement project.
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.