Impact absorbing traffic light design aims to improve road safety

Impact absorbing traffic light design aims to improve road safety

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Technology Update//November 25, 2021

In an effort to improve road safety, a new research collaboration is developing traffic lights that absorb kinetic energy during a collision.

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Major contractor completes Hoddle Street upgrades

Major contractor completes Hoddle Street upgrades

Posted in Latest News//November 06, 2019

The streamlining Hoddle Street project is now complete, after Fulton Hogan was awarded the construction contract in 2018. 

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Contract awarded for O’Herns Road stage two

Contract awarded for O’Herns Road stage two

Posted in Latest News//August 07, 2019

A civil engineering firm has been awarded the construction contract for stage two of the O'Herns Road Upgrade in Epping Victoria.

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Metro Tunnel works to close Flinders Street

Metro Tunnel works to close Flinders Street

Posted in Latest News//July 22, 2019

One side of Flinders Street will be closed to traffic for up to three years to build an underground connection from Flinders Street Station to the new Town Hall Station.

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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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Contract awarded to upgrade M1 Pacific Motorway at Weakleys Drive

Contract awarded to upgrade M1 Pacific Motorway at Weakleys Drive

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Project Report, Traffic Management and Safety//February 02, 2018

The Australian and New South Wales Governments have awarded the construction contract to upgrade the intersection of Weakleys Drive and John Renshaw Drive on the M1.

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