The Western Australian Government is investing $7.7 billion on transport infrastructure over the next four years as detailed in the State Budget 2016-17, released this week.
Funding of $100.6 million will allow further upgrading of roads and other critical infrastructure on Queensland’s Cape York Peninsula.
Just weeks after it was fully funded in the Victorian Budget 2016/17, Melbourne’s second river crossing – the $5.5 billion Western Distributor – has been put out to market.
Melbourne’s Swan Street Bridge will be widened to cater for an additional lane and new pedestrian and cycling paths.
Three delegates from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will reassess the proposed Stage 8 extension of the Roe Highway in Western Australia.