Infrastructure Australia adds North East Link to Priority List

Infrastructure Australia adds North East Link to Priority List

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Project Report//October 30, 2018

The Victorian Government’s proposal for the $15.8 billion North East Link has been given the green light by Infrastructure Australia and is now listed as a 'High Priority Project' on its Infrastructure Priority List.

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Harnessing the George Jetson Philosophy

Harnessing the George Jetson Philosophy

Posted in Events, Industry News, Latest News, Up front//October 30, 2018

Roads & Infrastructure Magazine talks to Australian Road Research Board CEO Michael Caltabiano about the organisation’s new national transport research centre and what it means for the future of the Australian transport sector.

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Supporting structures through proactive asset management

Supporting structures through proactive asset management

Posted in Bridges, Civil Works, Latest News, Up front//October 29, 2018

Roads & Infrastructure Magazine explores the significance of bridge maintenance and how proactive asset management leads to effective and long-lasting infrastructure.

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All VIC regional councils receive funding under country roads program

All VIC regional councils receive funding under country roads program

Posted in Asphalt Review, Bridges, Industry News, Latest News, Project Report//October 29, 2018

All 48 regional councils in Victoria have been successful in securing a portion of more than $30 million in the first round of the state government’s $100 million Fixing Country Roads Program.

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Lining up the shot with SANY Line Pump

Lining up the shot with SANY Line Pump

Posted in Civil Works, Latest News, Project Report, Technology Update//October 29, 2018

Ross Pritchard’s concrete pumping business experienced unforeseen versatility when it added a SANY LP 9018 Line Pump to its fleet.

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More than $70M invested into rail between Melbourne’s freight hubs

More than $70M invested into rail between Melbourne’s freight hubs

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Traffic Management and Safety//October 29, 2018

Freight hubs in Melbourne’s north and west will be connected to the Port of Melbourne through a $25.7 million investment from the Victorian Government to shift the state’s freight network from road to rail.

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