Applications for Round 4 of the $22.5 million Stronger Communities Programme are now open to help improve local infrastructure and provide essential community equipment.
The Tasmanian Government has commenced testing two Smarter Fleet Programs, aimed at reducing transport emissions and targeting heavy vehicles and electric vehicles in local government.
With the introduction of an internationally-aligned benchmarking tool, Australian road owners and authorities can now be confident that the asphalt products they use are as sustainable as they claim to be.
Keeping Australia’s roads in good condition is no easy task, but Road Maintenance has been fixing and innovating since the 1970s.
Planning for the nine-kilometre Mordialloc Freeway in Melbourne’s south east is progressing, with the final scoping requirements for the Environmental Effect Statement (EES) signed off.
The winners of this year’s awards range from renewable energy projects, solar energy infrastructure through to road safety innovation.