VTA speaks out against blocking of West Gate Tunnel

VTA speaks out against blocking of West Gate Tunnel

Posted in Civil Works, Industry News, Latest News, Project Report//March 09, 2018

Planning approvals for the proposed West Gate Tunnel in Melbourne will be suspended after Liberals and Greens agreed to block Transurban’s proposed $6.7 million proposal.

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Seismic survey in Victoria to improve infrastructure and maintenance

Seismic survey in Victoria to improve infrastructure and maintenance

Posted in Civil Works, Latest News, Uncategorised//March 07, 2018

A major seismic survey has begun in north-east Victoria to improve infrastructure construction and maintenance and future mineral exploration.

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MUARC Road Safety Management Leadership Program returning in May 2018

MUARC Road Safety Management Leadership Program returning in May 2018

Posted in Events, Industry News, Latest News, Traffic Management and Safety//March 05, 2018

Road safety leaders will have another opportunity to accelerate their professional development in May when the Monash University Accident Research Centre presents its Road Safety Management Leadership Program.

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New test bed to progress smart transport systems

New test bed to progress smart transport systems

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Technology Update, Traffic Management and Safety//March 02, 2018

A world-first test bed, aimed at facilitating the development of smart multimodal transport systems, is anticipated to open up a range of opportunities for Australia thanks to its location in Melbourne’s inner-north.

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Queen Victoria Market Precinct Renewal earns major sustainability rating

Queen Victoria Market Precinct Renewal earns major sustainability rating

Posted in Latest News//March 01, 2018

The Queen Victoria Market Precinct Renewal program has received a six star Green Star – Communities accreditation.

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Good fences make good neighbours

Good fences make good neighbours

Posted in Asphalt Review, Industry News, Latest News, Technology Update//February 28, 2018

With residential developments being approved for historically industrial areas, asphalt plant operators are facing new challenges in mitigating complaints and conflicts over emissions.

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