The Infrastructure Priority List published by Infrastructure Australia (IA) puts in sharp relief the requirements of a growing Australia.
The Tasmanian and Commonwealth Governments have announced a transport subsidy scheme to assist primary producers with the transport of livestock, fodder, water, equipment and materials directly associated with their business of primary production.
Lexus will partner the Victorian Government in a two-year trial of connected-vehicle technology aimed at reducing road trauma.
World-first cameras capable of identifying drivers illegally using mobile phones have been switched on at two locations in Sydney for a three month pilot.
The Property Council of Australia has welcomed plans announced by the NSW Government to investigate a fast rail network linking regional centres to each other.
More than 100 local and global organisations have put their hand up to deliver the Melbourne Airport Rail Link.
Petrol price cycles infuriate drivers but a new report out explains how they work and ways that drivers in Australia’s five largest cities (Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth) can save money by buying petrol at the bottom of the price cycle.
More than 140,000 motorists from Sydney’s Eastern Beaches can now participate in the digital driver licence trial.
Residents displacing workers in areas neigbouring Melbourne’s CBD, huge shifts in household composition and the influence of the emerging middle class living in Asian megacities are reshaping Melbourne, as planning policy struggles to keep pace with the changes.
More innovation, more investment and better long term planning are all welcome recommendations of a new Infrastructure Australia report on delivering public transport to outer suburban residents.