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Fed govt flags faster cash for roads, rail
Civil
Tuesday November 19 2019

Fed govt flags faster cash for roads, rail

More major road and rail projects could get federal funding brought forward as the Morrison government weighs calls for economic stimulus.

Poor, uneven driving quality in Australia
Infrastructure
Friday November 15 2019

Poor, uneven driving quality in Australia

Australia loves its cars, but a new worldwide study has found driving them into cities like Sydney, Brisbane or Melbourne is a struggle thanks to road...

Melbourne freeway’s heritage nomination
Public
Wednesday August 21 2019

Melbourne freeway’s heritage nomination

A section of an inner-Melbourne freeway built in the 1970s could be heritage listed after an assessment deemed it to have "significance."

Fast growth poses infrastructure challenge
Infrastructure
Tuesday August 13 2019

Fast growth poses infrastructure challenge

Australia needs to commit to spending $200 billion every five years on a range of infrastructure projects if it wants to keep pace with population growth.

Is Connection the Opposite of Car Addiction?
Urban Planning
Tuesday July 30 2019

Is Connection the Opposite of Car Addiction?

Australians, New Zealanders, Americans and the British love their cars.

Victoria’s Road to Autonomous and Zero Emission Vehicles
Infrastructure
Friday March 15 2019

Victoria’s Road to Autonomous and Zero Emission Vehicles

Last September, RAC WA purchased Australia’s first on-demand driverless car in Perth when it paid €300,000 ($490,000) for the ‘Intellicar’ from driverless car maker Navya.

Concrete Testing is Crucial for Good Structural Performance
Structural
Wednesday August 22 2018

Concrete Testing is Crucial for Good Structural Performance

On March 15, a 174 foot long span of the recently erected FIU Sweetwater UniversityCity pedestrian bridge in Florida collapsed onto the Tamiami Trail.

Australia Lagging on Infrastructure Reform
Infrastructure
Thursday August 9 2018

Australia Lagging on Infrastructure Reform

When you are handed a to-do list which is 78 items long, you are going to be busy.

Road Pavement Treatments Put to the Test
Civil
Tuesday July 17 2018

Road Pavement Treatments Put to the Test

Locals in the Melbourne outer south-western suburb of Werribee describe the Ballan Road as a 'death trap.'

Civil
Jun 7 2019
WA Gets its First Road from Recycled Waste

Western Australia has received its first road from recycled waste after the announcement of a new trial which will see two new laneways created as part...

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Infrastructure
Apr 5 2019
Vic Roads, Public Transport Agencies Merge

Victoria will get a new transport super-agency within months under a departmental shake-up.

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Business
Apr 3 2019
Treasurer Unfurls Infrastructure Ribbons

Commuters and construction workers are being promised a $100 billion pipeline of road and rail projects in Tuesday night's federal budget.

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Infrastructure
Apr 3 2019
Major Infrastructure Projects Announced In The Federal Budget

MAJOR INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS ANNOUNCED IN THE FEDERAL BUDGET

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Civil
Apr 2 2019
Geelong Rail Set for Boost in Fed Budget

Funding to duplicate train tracks in the Geelong region is expected in the federal budget in a last-ditch bid to retain Victoria's most marginal seat.

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Civil
Mar 29 2019
Road Safety Gets $2.2b Federal Boost

The Morrison government is promising to fix notorious road black spots and regional roads to improve safety under a $2.2 billion plan to be outlined in...

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Civil
Mar 27 2019
PM Promises $253m for Choked Sydney Roads

Scott Morrison is promising to spend more than $250 million on choked roads and car parks across Sydney and the NSW Central Coast.

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Civil
Mar 27 2019
Fed Govt to Spend $730m on North Qld Roads

The federal government will allocate $730 million to upgrade roads in north Queensland in the budget due next week.

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Civil
Mar 20 2019
Roadworks Protesters Clash with Vic Police

Protesters have clashed with police as roadworks began in country Victoria.

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