New exits on $1.3B CityLink Tulla widening project

New exits on $1.3B CityLink Tulla widening project

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Uncategorised//August 20, 2018

The $1.3 billion CityLink Tulla widening project in Victoria is due to be open to drivers in the coming week after five million work hours.

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Mandatory minimum rates for tip truck owner-drivers on Victorian construction projects

Mandatory minimum rates for tip truck owner-drivers on Victorian construction projects

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//August 13, 2018

Tip truck owner-drivers working on new government contracts will receive mandatory minimum pay rates due to new laws introduced in Victoria.

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Legislation to lock in $2B of funding for VIC’s regional and suburban roads

Legislation to lock in $2B of funding for VIC’s regional and suburban roads

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//August 09, 2018

The Victorian Government has introduced legislation into Parliament to permanently direct fine revenue to repairing and upgrading the state’s road network.

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Victoria’s $572M upgrade to Cranbourne railway line

Victoria’s $572M upgrade to Cranbourne railway line

Posted in Civil Works, Industry News, Latest News, Uncategorised//August 07, 2018

Victoria’s busiest railway corridor is undergoing a $572 million upgrade to duplicate a section of track to relieve a bottleneck on the Cranbourne line.

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ARTC to host briefings for suppliers on first Inland Rail construction

ARTC to host briefings for suppliers on first Inland Rail construction

Posted in Civil Works, Events, Industry News, Latest News, Project Report//August 01, 2018

The Australian Rail Track Corporation has set up three briefings for local businesses and suppliers ahead of construction on the Parkes-Narromine section of the project, with the call put out for materials and labour hire, machinery, fuel and more.

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Melbourne city could opt for user-pays road pricing instead of rego

Melbourne city could opt for user-pays road pricing instead of rego

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//July 25, 2018

The City of Melbourne could replace its fuel tax and vehicle registration with a user-pays road pricing system to cut congestion, according to a new discussion paper.

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