Local transport infrastructure plays a vital role in keeping road users safe and productive, but a new report has found billions of dollars are needed to maintain it.
In an Australian-first, City of Adelaide has partnered with Downer to construct Australia's first road made completely from recycled material.
The New South Wales government has announced a package of $1 billion dollars to repair timber bridges and reclaim up to 15,000 kilometers of council owned regional roads.
The City of Fremantle has used recycled glass equivalent to around 2640 glass bottles to resurface the car park at the North Fremantle Post Office.
In order to reduce traffic on the Central Coast, works have begun to instal 450 ‘smart parking’ sensors.