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CBD street closures to support Metro Tunnel works

Starting today, portions of Melbourne CBD’s Franklin and A’Beckett Streets will be closed, with the closed areas set to be replaced by construction sites that will build Melbourne’s CBD North Station.


Swan Street bridge bottleneck works to begin shortly

Works are set to start in the coming months on fixing Swan Street Bridge’s traffic gridlock, after the announcement of the State Government’s preferred tender for the upgrade of Swan Street Bridge.


Bindoon bypass given go-ahead

The Liberal National Government has today given Main Roads Western Australia the go-ahead to pursue plans for a new section of Great Northern Highway to provide a western bypass of Bindoon.


Warrego Highway upgrades to begin soon

Commuters that travel along the Warrego Highway will benefit from several road projects set to commence later this year as part of the State Government’s $40 million project to improve road safety.


25km worth of Limestone Coast roads to receive upgrade

Nearly 25km of Limestone Coast roads will be upgraded through a maintenance and resealing project, with works commencing on Monday, 16 January 2017.


Sydney Metro's twin tunnels granted approval

Approval has been granted for twin tunnels that will begin in Chatswood and connect commuters to the CBD, Sydenham and Bankstown.


Roe Highway injunction rejected

Roe Highway’s stage 8 construction works will continue this week after an interim injunction from the Save Beeliar Wetlands group to stop the project was rejected in the Federal Court.


Perth to Breadalbane Duplication works tracking well

Works on Tasmania’s Perth to Breadalbane Duplication are progressing well, with the project expected to be completed on time in early 2018.


$12.5 million Cunningham Highway upgrade to begin this week

$12.5 million worth of road works on the Cunningham Highway between Mutdapilly and Warrill View will begin this week.


New $13.6 million Treendale bridge to connect growing WA Communities

The Liberal National Government has today revealed that construction works will begin shortly on the new $13.6 million Treendale traffic bridge over the Collie River.


Northern Beaches Hospital development reaches major milestone

The new Northern Beaches Hospital at Frenchs Forest celebrated reaching a significant construction milestone recently with a celebratory ceremony signalling a new era of healthcare for the region.


Works begin to remove one of Adelaide's most notorious level crossings

Major works have begun to remove one of Adelaide’s most congested level crossings located on South Road, Croydon.


Major intersection upgrade delivered under budget

The major upgrade of the intersection between Graham Farmer Freeway and East Parade has been completed, $1million under budget.


Construction works begin on Horsham's North Hub

Works have begun on Horsham’s new North Hub after Minister for Regional Development Jaala Pulford kicked off construction last week.


Redeveloped Collins Avenue Bridge to open in March

The $3.1 million Collins Avenue Bridge is expected to re-open as its fresh, safer self by March.


Andrews Labor Government to fund significant road widening works

The Andrews Labor Government will be investing $40 million into upgrading several of Victoria’s narrowest roads.


2100 extra car spaces to be made available across 14 Victorian Rail Stations

Minister for Public Transport Jacinta Allan has recently announced plans to build up to 2,100 extra car parking spaces at Victorian train stations.


New Gold Coast high rise from Jupiters granted approval

Gold Coast will soon receive a brand new, 200-metre tall hotel and apartment tower after the Palaszczuk Government approved Jupiter’s new tower project today.


Road construction works to ramp up over holiday period

Construction works on several of Melbourne’s major road upgrades will increase in scale over the holiday period in order to fast track works currently underway.


State Government to provide $350 million in extra funding to complete M80 Ring Road upgrades

The Andrews Labor Government will provide $350 million in extra funding to finish the upgrades of the M80 Ring Road.


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