Entries open for 2017 QLD Safe Work and Return to Work Awards

Entries open for 2017 QLD Safe Work and Return to Work Awards

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Traffic Management and Safety//April 27, 2017

Queenslanders are being urged to enter the annual awards and put themselves in line for prize money of up to $2000.

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Queensland’s transport priorities in the spotlight

Queensland’s transport priorities in the spotlight

Posted in Events, Industry News, Latest News, Technology Update//April 26, 2017

The 8th Annual Queensland Transport Infrastructure Conference, held from 23 to 24 May, will create a platform for discussion under the theme: “Towards a Connected Transport Future for Queensland”.

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Gender diversity: creating a level playing field

Gender diversity: creating a level playing field

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Special Features, Up front//April 26, 2017

Roads & Civil Works Magazine talks to some major stakeholders in the wider engineering and construction sector who are addressing gender equality in their workplaces, the strategies they employ and the challenges ahead.

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Alternative route for freight operators on Gold Coast

Alternative route for freight operators on Gold Coast

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Traffic Management and Safety//April 26, 2017

The Queensland Government has fast-tracked a temporary alternative freight route after the closure of a vital bridge on the Gold Coast following the events of Cyclone Debbie.

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New cameras to monitor heavy vehicles

New cameras to monitor heavy vehicles

Posted in Latest News, Traffic Management and Safety//April 26, 2017

Five sites across Victoria's major freight networks have been selected for new automatic number plate recognition cameras as part of the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator's plans for a national compliance and information system.

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Preferred design released for Mulgoa Road corridor upgrade

Preferred design released for Mulgoa Road corridor upgrade

Posted in Latest News, Project Report//April 21, 2017

The 6.5-kilometre corridor between the city of Penrith and the M4 Western Motorway in Sydney will be upgraded to cut journey times and reduce congestion.

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