The Victorian Government's $60.8 million Keeping Ballarat Moving package aims to help traffic flows at some of the regions most notorious traffic bottlenecks.
In a first for South Western Victoria, recycled rubber has been used for the construction of a roundabout in Geelong.
The Griffiths Street Corridor Upgrade is a step towards the delivery of Toowoomba Second Range Crossing and provides a vital link to the New England Highway at Harlaxton.
Construction has been completed on a $3.5 million four-leg roundabout at the Tomakin Road and George Bass Drive intersection.
The ACT is trialling asphalt made from recycled material including soft plastics, used printer toner cartridges, crushed glass and reclaimed asphalt material.