Road Marking

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Road Marking Products

Ennis - Flint High Performance Glass Beads

High quality, Ennis - Flint High Performance Glass Beads are a convenient and excellent way to increase visibility on important line markings on roads, car parks , walkways and exclusion zones.

Signet's Range of Traffic Buttons

Signet's range of Traffic Buttons are an effective delineation solution commonly used in pedestrian areas, car park bays and intersections around warehouses or other busy work areas.

Ennis-Flint Waterborne Road Marking Paint

Ennis-Flint Waterborne Road Marking Paint is an easy to use, convenient marking solution. It is commonly used to mark roads, carparks, walkways and exclusion zones. Its outstanding dry time also helps to minimise work site disruption & waiting time.

RoadLine Marking

No road is too big or to small for line marking.

Arrows / Roadways / Road Markings

Need arrows?? We can do arrows to your size and requirements.

Roadline Removal

The Action Group of Companies newest acquisition: Roadline Removal SA/NT Pty Ltd.
South Australia’s first all in one environment friendly, 40,000 psi water blasting vacuum recovering line removal system.

Road Marking Suppliers

Signet is always the best place to look for all your packaging, safety and marking supplies. As a fully Australian owned and operated ...

Platinum Storefront Platinum Storefront

Action Line Marking (SA) P/L is a Supplier of Road Marking & Associated Necessities such as: Line Marking Services Traffic Control ...

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Lake Macquarie Transport Interchange section 1 opened

Section one of the Lake Macquarie Transport Interchange has been opened, providing a major boost to motorists in the region.

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Fix coming soon for dangerous Rosedale intersection

A dangerous intersection in Rosedale that has seen trucks crash into the barrier surrounding the local pub on numerous occasions is set to be completely redesigned.

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Charles Street bus bridge officially opened

The new Charles Street bus bridge and busway has officially opened to the public. The new transport infrastructure will benefit more than 30 northern suburbs bus services, saving up to six minutes on peak hour trips.

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Swan River Pedestrian bridge to be built locally

The McGowan Labor Government has revealed that the Swan River Pedestrian Bridge will be built locally, after the Bridge’s Malaysian contractor repeatedly failed to meet delivery timeframes.

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Wonthaggi to receive first set of traffic lights

Wonthaggi will soon receive it's first set of traffic lights and pedestrian crossings, with works set to begin in July.

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$30 million upgrade for Deception Bay Road interchange

The Deception Bay Road interchange on the Bruce Highway is set to receive a $30 million upgrade thanks to funds allocated to the project from the 2017/18 Queensland budget.

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Traffic lights to ease congestion woes

Traffic congestion at the intersection of Waterford - Tamborine Road and North Street, Logan Village will be improved thanks to an $8 million funding boost that will see traffic lights installed.

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Dangerous Old Pacific Highway curve to be fixed

Works are now underway to fix a dangerous curve on the Old Pacific Highway at Mooney Mooney Creek located in New South Wales’ Central Coast.

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Storefront News

Queensland Transport Infrastructure Conference supports growing transport infrastructure sector

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.

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Melbourne Metro Rail Project Federal Budget funding boost

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.

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Victorian government’s on-going commitment towards state infrastructure

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.

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Townsville Port Expansion increases capacity for mineral export

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.

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DIY pothole repair made easy with QPR available online delivered to your door

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.

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Say no to potholes with QPR pavement repair

Leading cold mix asphalt material QPR is now distributed by Earthco Projects in Victoria, NSW and Tasmania.

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