Record investment in transport and a significant infrastructure boost feature in the Queensland Government’s 2022-23 State Budget. Announced on Tuesday, the budget details the $29.7 billion, four-year Queensland Transport and Roads Investment Program (QTRIP) to help support the state’s growing population. The
Australia’s first 100 per cent electric bus depot is now open in Gold Coast, with the Queensland Government announcing that 30 new electric buses will hit the road in May.
Safety improvement works valued at an estimated $12.84 million are set to start on the Bruce Highway at Isis Central and Booyal, as part of the Bruce Highway Upgrade Program.
A $45.24 million project is set to upgrade the Wyaga Creek crossing on the Gore Highway, north of Goondiwindi on the border of Queensland and New South Wales.
A study to investigate transport routes between Cairns and the Northern Tablelands has been released by the Queensland Government, to assist in future planning for the region.