A review into a Far North Queensland road which had caused damage to vehicles and caused community chaos has found that a variety of factors contributed to the roads sealing.
New South Wales is the leading state when it comes to infrastructure investment for the second year running, according to the Australian Infrastructure Budget Monitor released by industry think tank Infrastructure Partnerships Australia.
An international agreement has been signed between the Queensland Government and French collaborative research centre VEDECOM to provide the state’s first automated vehicle in 2019.
The winners of this year’s National and Queensland Australian Asphalt Pavement Association (AAPA) Industry Awards have been announced.
A new bridge has been opened as part of the $118.9 million Cattle and Frances Creeks Upgrade project to improve freight connectivity, travel reliability, community access to essential services and improve flood immunity.