WA’s riskiest intersection starts $370,000 upgrade

WA’s riskiest intersection starts $370,000 upgrade

Posted in Latest News//October 07, 2019

The intersection of Great Northern Highway at Swan Christian College was voted Western Australia's riskiest intersection by an RAC survey.

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State commits $12M to Newcastle intersection upgrades

State commits $12M to Newcastle intersection upgrades

Posted in Latest News//June 24, 2019

The NSW Government has committed $12 million to upgrade two City Road intersections to provide better quality journeys for road users.

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North-South Corridor open to traffic

North-South Corridor open to traffic

Posted in Latest News, Project Report//October 01, 2018

The $801 million North-South Corridor – Torrens Road to River Torrens project in South Australia is now complete and opened to traffic at the weekend.

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WA Safer Roads Program receives additional $28.4M in funding

WA Safer Roads Program receives additional $28.4M in funding

Posted in Latest News, Traffic Management and Safety//September 27, 2018

The Western Australian Government has provided the program with a nearly $30M funding injection, which will go towards safety works including road widening, realignment and intersection upgrades.

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Parramatta light rail prep begins with enabling works contract

Parramatta light rail prep begins with enabling works contract

Posted in Civil Works, Industry News, Latest News, Project Report//July 09, 2018

The tender for ‘Enabling Works’ – the relocation of underground utilities, intersection upgrades, new traffic lights and more, ahead of Parramatta Light Rail construction – has been awarded.

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Contract won to deliver $14M Lobethal Freight Access Upgrade, SA

Contract won to deliver $14M Lobethal Freight Access Upgrade, SA

Posted in Latest News, Project Report, Traffic Management and Safety//March 06, 2018

The Federal Government has announced the successful contractor to deliver the upgrade, which aims to improve connections along the freight route to Lobethal in South Australia.

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