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Southbound Traffic between Foster and Robert Road on the Bruce Highway will now have access to two new southbound lanes after construction works on the lanes were completed at Skeleton Creek.Read More
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has announced that the contract for Ipswich Motorway’s Stage 1 works has been awarded to the Bielby Hull Albem Joint Venture.Read More
The $10 million upgrade of the Barton Highway/Gundaroo Drive/William Slim Drive intersection is finished, following the opening of an additional lane on the William Slim Drive approach.Read More
The next stage of works on the Bruce Highway will begin shortly after the preferred alignment was showcased for the 10 kilometre duplication of the Bruce Highway between Edmonton and Gordonvale.Read More
The Australian Government is expecting to receive a proposal on improving flood immunity on Cessnock Road at Testers Hollow within weeks, which will help determine the nature of the upgrades going forward in the future.Read More
More overtaking lanes are in place along the Bruce Highway, with two new sections opening between Proserpine and Bowen three months ahead of schedule.Read More
Works have begun this week on the $170 million Airport East project that will see a new underpass built that will link General Holmes Drive, Botany Road and Wentworth Avenue.Read More
A $4.2 million project to build dedicated bike lanes on two Gold Coast bridges is aiming to significantly improve safety for all road users.Read More
The 7th Annual Queensland Transport Infrastructure Conference was held last week at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre to an audience of more than 200 delegates.Railways | Roads Read More
The Australian government has announced $857 million in funding towards the development of the Melbourne Metro Rail Project as part of the Federal Budget 2016/17.Railways | Roads Read More
Expected to create more than 100,000 new jobs, the Victorian government has unveiled plans in the 2015 state budget to commit $22 billion towards public infrastructure over the next four years.Roads Read More
Situated in Cleveland Bay on the north-eastern coast of Queensland, the Port of Townsville is the third largest seaport in Queensland and plays a large role in supporting the Queensland economy.Roads Read More
A small pothole can turn into a costly asphalt repair and reconstruction job. Now homeowners are taking matters into their own hands with QPR instant pothole repair.Roads Read More
There are many activities involved in creating lively, safe and sustainable spaces in the city. Just like pavements, good roads,...Read More
The existence of air compressors goes back to the beginning of the life on the earth. The best example of...Read More
Because the East-West Link road project in Melbourne will employ a large number of union members, it is expected that many of the big unions will back the project. This includes the Electrical Trades Union and the Australian Workers Union. Since unemployment in Victoria is at its highest rate in...Read More