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State Government moving forward with level crossing removal plans

37 level crossings are set to be removed or in the first stages of removal works by 2018, thanks in part to the Government securing the $9.7 billion lease of Port of Melbourne.

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$25 million fund to upgrade regional roads

Minister for Roads and Acting Minister for Agriculture Luke Donnellan has paid visit to Moolort in Central Victoria in a bid to encourage rural, regional, and outer-suburban councils to apply for their share of $25 million to upgrade roads.

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Bruce Highway to receive unique $929.3 million upgrade

The Bruce Highway between Caloundra Road and the Sunshine Motorway is set for a new interchange design that will significantly improve traffic flow and congestion.

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Tasmanian businesses awarded tenders to repair park infrastructure

Matthew Groom, Minister for Environment, Parks and Heritage, has today revealed that two local businesses have been given the contracts to repair damaged park infrastructure across Tasmania.

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Construction works see Torrens to Torrens North-South Corridor project reach major milestone

Upgrades on the Grange Road bridge were completed over the weekend, which signified yet another significant milestone being achieved for the $896 million Torrens to Torrens North-South Corridor project.

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Architect selected for Swan Street Bridge redevelopment

The Swan Street Bridge is inching closer to its redevelopment after the Andrews Labor Government revealed that an architect has been chosen to take control of the project.

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Unwanted Hornsby Quarry materials to be reused in construction of recreational precinct

Minister for Urban Infrastructure Paul Fletcher has announced that environmental approval has been granted to excavate materials from the unused Hornsby Quarry to construct a new recreational precinct.

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Contract awarded for Barrington Bridge replacement

Michael Johnsen, Member for Upper Hunter has revealed that Roads and Maritimes have allocated the next part of the project to replace the Barrington Bridge to GHD Pty Ltd.

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Storefront News

Solar LED integrated commercial area light

The SCL2 solar LED luminaire is a great fit for commercial, parking lot, recreational bikeway/pathway and public space lighting applications.

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Asphalt repair begins in the aftermath of a month’s rain in two days

Residents in Victoria’s worst hit regions breathe a sigh of relief as the flood threat to homes eases, but roads have borne the brunt of days of heavy rain. QPR bagged asphalt repair is in peak demand for fast-acting repairs.

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Preserving proper parking protocols

Ever come across vehicles parked so poorly that you can’t use the neighbouring space?

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This bowling club uses Replas

While visiting Kemps Creek Bowling Club in western Sydney to discuss decking, Replas NSW product manager Bert Meyer took a close look at the recycled plastic wheel stops installed in the car park.

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'Best pothole patching material I've used': retired Works Officer

Homeowners and Council Works Officers alike are celebrating the return of QPR asphalt to the Australian road maintenance market. Made in Australia, the high quality material provides a one time repair in convenient 15kg bags and pails.

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Smart Cities Plan to support public lighting policy

The Australian government has announced a multi-million dollar plan to assist in the creation of smart, interconnected cities across the country.

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