The 12 projects represent the final tranche to be approved through the Australian and Queensland governments’ $134.5 million infrastructure package.
11 major road projects and 24 minor road and transport projects fast-tracked and estimated to create 13,000 jobs to help with WA’s economic recovery.
Queensland Government to commit $13.9 billion infrastructure investment for 2020-21 to accelerate the state’s economic recovery.
The Australian Government has announced a $1.5 billion package to invest in infrastructure which includes $1 billion for Shovel Ready projects.
The Federal and State Liberal and Nationals Governments will support nearly 5,500 jobs across New South Wales through a joint $1 billion investment in shovel-ready infrastructure projects and road safety upgrades.
The NSW Government has announced a new $3 billion acceleration fund to go towards job-creating projects.
Queensland Government determined to maintain infrastructure investment at more than $50 billion over the next four years, despite the financial challenge of supporting Queensland through the pandemic.
The Government has unveiled a plan to build a new arterial road, informally dubbed the ‘Moreton Connector.’
$3 billion will be added to fund infrastructure projects across New Zealand in addition to the Government’s $12b New Zealand Upgrade Programme.
An extension of George Street’s car-free zone in Sydney’s CBD, a
new pedestrian-only boulevard behind Liverpool’s Railway Street and a
‘people’s loop’ in Parramatta Park have been given the green light today as part of a plan to transform streets into shared spaces in response to COVID-19.