The New South Wales Government has announced that 33 projects across regional NSW have been awarded a share of $135 million through the Fixing Country Roads and Rail program.
Regional and rural councils can now apply for a share in more than $70 million for safer and more reliable roads, according to the Victorian Government.
With state and federal governments ramping up investment in rural road safety in the 2018-19 budgets, safety countermeasures, such as the ShoulderMaster, are finding a unique place in the market.
Roads and Maritime Services is now accepting submissions for its ‘Innovation Network' initiative, which aims to encourage government and private sector collaboration to improve regional New South Wales roads.
A $40 million contract has been awarded by the SA Government to improve road infrastructure across the
Work is starting on a $3 million upgrade of 30 kilometres of the Oodnadatta Track and 25 kilometres of Kempe Road in rural South Australia.