Farmers and landowners will be able to sell construction materials such as rock, gravel and soil from borrow pits and quarries to supply the Inland Rail project.
The New South Wales Government will commit the extra funds, in addition to the $70 million already allocated, for the duplication project from Williamtown to Bobs Farm in Port Stephens.
Work is set to commence on project, which involves rebuilding sections of Warrabungle Street for the new bridge across the railway line at Gunnedah, NSW.
Two local governments are using collaborative research, pilot projects and innovative measures to fight the impacts of the urban heat island effect and cool their communities.
New South Wales saw 35 fewer deaths and a reduction of 1160 serious injuries from crashes in 2018, the lowest in five years.