Tag: sydney

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Two new projects added to Infrastructure Australia Priority List

Port Botany Rail Line Duplication and Cabramatta Passing Loop approved as a priority project 29 April 2020 Infrastructure Australia has today announced that the Port Botany Rail Line Duplication and Cabramatta Passing Loop project will be added to the independent advisory body’s Infrastructure Priority List. In welcoming the project onto the Infrastructure Priority List, Infrastructure Australia Chief Executive Romilly Madew… Read More

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Sydney’s streets to transform due to COVID-19

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.

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Start of major works for Parramatta Light Rail

Friday, 31 January 2020 – Media Release FIRST SOD TURNED FOR PARRAMATTA LIGHT RAIL The first sod has been turned for major construction today for the Parramatta Light Rail project, which will transform the Greater Parramatta region. Acting Minister for Transport and Roads Paul Toole said it was an exciting time for Greater Parramatta as works ramp up for the… Read More

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The Weekly Rundown – 22nd October 2018

by Anna Laver, Talent Acquisition & Marketing at ConsultANZ Recruitment

ConsultANZ Weekly Industry News – 22nd October 2018 Australia NSW Nancy, the first of five tunnel boring machines (TBM) for Australia’s biggest transport project, the Sydney Metro , has begun her work. The TBM was named in honour of aviation pioneer Nancy Bird Walton and will be used to build twin metro railway tunnels between Marrickville and Chatswood. Downer has… Read More

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Western Sydney Airport

by Anna Laver, Talent Acquisition & Marketing at ConsultANZ Recruitment

About the project The Western Sydney Airport is almost double the size of the Sydney’s Kingsford Smith Airport and will be located at Badgery’s Creek. The site of the airport is situated 44 kilometres west of the Sydney CBD and within 7 kilometres to the Blue Mountains National Park. The new airport is to be completed by 2026 with the Australian Government… Read More