Construction works have commenced on the $92.3 million Perth Link Roads project, marking the largest single project in Tasmania’s...
The Tasmanian Government has detailed plans for a range of initiatives to reduce traffic in its major city. The...
The Australian Automobile Association has released the country’s first congestion benchmarking report which has shown a need for greater...
Over the next decade more than $75 billion will be invested in transport infrastructure projects, with $24 billion allocated as...
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Burns & McDonnell talks project agility with EcoSys June 15, 2021
by Justin Lucas As companies in the engineering and construction industry react,...
The infrastructure projects driving Victoria’s COVID recovery May 31, 2021
As we begin to approach a level of post-COVID normalcy, infrastructure projects ...
Planning a rail project? Ensure project i-trace compliance May 28, 2021
The Australian rail industry is moving towards digitalisation. Based on ISO cert...
The long game: helping owners win beyond construction May 27, 2021
By AJ Waters, Vice President, Industry Solutions, InEight When you think of ‘s...
Spatial data and game engines – big visualisation power for big infrastructure May 27, 2021
The merging of spatial data and game engine platforms makes the ingestion of mas...
The South Australian Government is currently undertaking a $1.5 billion infrastructure blitz, with 90 individual road or rail upgrade projects underway across the states, supporting over 3,000 jobs.
The QLD Government is committing $2.75 million to deliver new charging sites across the QLD Electric Super Highway, which will almost double it in length.
Roads Australia has released the latest iteration of its three-year rolling Strategic Plan, outlining how it will bring industry, government and communities together – leading progress in Australia’s roads, integrated transport and mobility networks.
Mr Peter Harris AO has prepared an independent review of Sydney Airport Demand Management, featuring 17 recommendations to improve efficiency.
The Tasmanian and Federal Governments are making progress to improve travel on the Tasman Highway, with the $46 million Midway Point Intersection Solution project well underway – hoping to cut lengthy delays.
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