Record infrastructure investment in NSW 2022-23 State Budget

Record infrastructure investment in NSW 2022-23 State Budget

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//June 23, 2022

A record $112.7 billion infrastructure investment has been unveiled as part of the New South Wales Government’s 2022-23 State Budget. Announced Tuesday, the budget’s infrastructure pipeline includes $76.7 billion set aside for transport projects across the state. Rob Stokes, Minister for Infrastructure, Cities and

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New road safety projects to be rolled out in NSW

New road safety projects to be rolled out in NSW

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//May 05, 2022

Regional and metropolitan roads in New South Wales will benefit from the latest and final round of the $822 million Safer Roads Program.

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Echuca-Moama bridge project opens to traffic

Echuca-Moama bridge project opens to traffic

Posted in Bridges, Latest News//April 12, 2022

The new Echuca-Moama Bridge Project opened to traffic on April 11, creating a second Murray River crossing between Victoria and New South Wales after 140 years. 

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New Echuca-Moama Bridge set to open before Easter

New Echuca-Moama Bridge set to open before Easter

Posted in Bridges, Industry News, Latest News//March 31, 2022

The new Echuca-Moama Bridge, the largest transport infrastructure project in northern Victoria and southern New South Wales, is set to open to traffic before the Easter

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TfNSW working to get freight back on track over the Blue Mountains

TfNSW working to get freight back on track over the Blue Mountains

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//March 22, 2022

A 16-metre-deep sink hole is being filled in as part of the NSW Government’s works to repair and reopen the critical western rail freight line.

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NSW councils receive fast-tracked funds to repair flood-damaged roads

NSW councils receive fast-tracked funds to repair flood-damaged roads

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//March 17, 2022

Councils hardest hit by the North Coast floods in New South Wales are set to receive $46 million in emergency funding that will be fast-tracked to kick start urgent road repairs and restore access to communities, Transport for NSW has announced.

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