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Infrastructure investment

Transport is a major contributor to economic outcomes. The transport sector represents 4.4 percent of GDP, and almost half of Australia’s major infrastructure construction is undertaken within the transport sector.

Investment in and delivery of publicly owned transport infrastructure is the responsibility of all three levels of government. The Australian Government has committed over $75 billion for the next 10 years to transport infrastructure across Australia. This investment is assisting in building more liveable cities, enabling better-connected regional communities, driving key productivity improvements and creating safer roads.

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A new diamond interchange will be constructed at the intersection of O'Herns Road and the Hume Freeway, improving safety and easing congestion in Melbourne's northern growth areas. In addition, a 1.4 kilometre section of O'Herns Road east of the new interchange will be duplicated and the intersection of O'Herns Road and Epping Road will be upgraded to a signalised intersection.

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South Australian Government

Upgrade of the SA Government Radio Network used by all state emergency service organisations and other government agencies.

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South Australian Government

Installation of a train protection system to improve rail safety on the Gawler and Outer Habor rail networks is currently suspended.

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Queensland Government

Stage 3 will run south from Collinson Creek in Edmonton to the east of the existing highway as far as the vicinity of Wrights Creek. The North Coast rail line will be moved to the east. The new alignment then duplicates the existing highway on the western side, creating 2 extra lanes as far as Gordonvale. It will incorporate the existing 4-lane section at Meringa, and in the Maher Road area it will involve moving the existing rail line to the east. There are currently a number of intersections and direct accesses on the existing highway. The new alignment will either partially or fully close most of these to increase road safety and improve traffic flow. Service roads will be used to re-direct traffic to safer access points, including using the existing Bruce Highway as a service road between Petersen Road and Wrights Creek. The 10km planned highway duplication is an extension of existing completed works and will extend the 4-lane highway south to Gordonvale. The works will deliver a total transport solution and long term improvements to traffic flow and road safety through reducing congestion, reducing highway travel time and improving road access.

Level Crossing Removal Program

This project is under construction

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50 dangerous and congested level crossings will be removed over eight years across Melbourne.

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South Australian Government

Additional park'n'ride parking spaces at Smithfield, Noarlunga, Paradise, Parafield and upgrade passenger facilities in the city of Adelaide.

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Queensland Government

Peak Downs Highway (Walkerston Bypass) The scope of works is to realign the Peak Downs Highway to bypass Walkerston. The realignment of the Peak Downs Highway will increase safety on the existing route through the main street of Walkerston by minimising heavy vehicle traffic and removing the interaction between heavy vehicle traffic and local traffic. The new route will also offer a safer and more efficient link for the mining industry in the northern Bowen Basin to Mackay and, in particular, the industrial area of Paget.

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South Australian Government

Joint state and Commonwealth Government funded grade separation of the Australian Rail Track Corporation's interstate rail line and the metropolitan rail line at the Goodwood and Torrens rail junctions.

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