The upgrade is part of the NSW Government's $3.6 billion Western Sydney Infrastructure plan, which aims to improve the region’s community infrastructure and road network.
A request for offer had been made to upgrade Thirsty Creek Road, as part of the Rookwood Weir Project.
The Road Network Operations Centre – capable of managing traffic flow access the entire Perth metropolitan area and designed to optimise network safety, performance and congestion management – has officially opened.
Local councils will undertake more than 55 road upgrades and share in a total of $132.5 million in funding under Round Six of the Federal Government’s Heavy Vehicle Safety and Productivity Program.
The $130 million Tasmanian State Road Network Maintenance Services contract has been awarded by the Department of State
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has commenced consultation on a proposed undertaking offered by Transurban, the lead member of the Sydney Transport Partners consortium proposing to acquire the majority interest in the WestConnex motorway.