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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.

NICS will continue to be updated as specific project information and commitments are announced by the Australian, state and territory governments.

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New South Wales Government

Construction of the upgrade of Old Wallgrove Road between the M7 Motorway and Erskine Park Link Road

Palmerston Hospital

This project has private investors

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Northern Territory Government

Jointly funded by the Australian Government and the Northern Territory Government, this $150m project will provide public hospital services for the current and future needs of the people of Palmerston and the Greater Darwin region. Palmerston Hospital will be designed to complement the services provided by Royal Darwin Hospital. With links to Darwin, Katherine and Gove hospitals through the Top End Local Hospital Network, the Palmerston Hospital will service the top end of the Northern Territory. Palmerston is currently undergoing a significant period of infrastructure growth and development. With a projected population of 44,000 by 2025, extensive planning and 'behind the scenes' work has been undertaken to ensure the hospital can meet the needs of our growing population. A 45 hectare 'green field' site in Palmerston was identified as the best location for the development, specially chosen for its location, ease of access and size - as this will ensure the hospital has the ability to expand, as required.

Borallon Correctional Centre Recommissioning

This project is under construction

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Queensland Government

Recommission the 492 bed correctional facility for male prisoners in South East Queensland.

University of Canberra Public Hospital

This project has private investors

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Australian Capital Territory Government

A new hospital on the University of Canberra campus

Perimeter Security Upgrade - Stage 2

This project is under construction

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Queensland Government

Upgrade perimeter security systems at various high security correctional facilities.

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Queensland Government

Construction of Townsville Ring Road; Section Four. The Townsville Ring Road Section Four (TRR4) project is a proposed new infrastructure on the northern outskirts of Townsville. Once constructed, the link will become part of the Bruce Highway (Brisbane - Cairns Corridor). TRR4 will complete the overall 20km Townsville Ring Road link, which has been developed in stages since 2005, and is part of the National Network route through Townsville. TRR4 will replace the interim and existing National Network routes: Shaw Road and Bruce Highway (Shaw Road - Mt Low Parkway). The project will connect to the existing National Network via: - the Townsville Ring Road Sections Two and Three in the south, and - the Bruce Highway to the north (in the vicinity of Mt Low Parkway - Veale's Road). The project provides for 10km of two-lane, undivided carriageway. It is a limited access route and will include two intersections only, southern (grade-separated) and northern (at grade) connections. The project will include appropriate bridging and drainage structures to provide Q50 flood immunity. The scope also includes appropriate design standards for a Higher Mass Limits (HML) route and a 110 km/hr operating vehicle speed. The project will protect the National Network’s primary function (through traffic) by: - protecting the link from uncontrolled local traffic, maximising the economic life of the overall Ring Road link, improving freight efficiency (for through and Port freight), - providing a more direct route for inter-regional freight and an alternative northern access for Port-related freight, support economic growth, - minimising disruptions to business and industry, providing flood immunity at agreed corridor standards, meeting contemporary safety and design standards, improving travel-time reliability, improving amenity and safety (by reducing Port freight on arterial and local road networks), improving separation and managing of traffic types.

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Queensland Government

Widen from four to six lanes. This project involves the widening of a 16km section known as Gateway Motorway North, extending from Nudgee Road (northern end of the Gateway Upgrade Project) to Bracken Ridge and rehabilitation work from Bracken Ridge to Bruce Highway. The project includes the construction of an additional northbound traffic lane between the Sandgate Road Interchange and the existing five lane section to the south of the Deagon Deviation. The upgrade of the Gateway Motorway North project aims to increase efficiency, assist in reducing congestion and improve safety for all road users.

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Queensland Government

A new indoor Sports and Leisure Centre to host the wrestling, badminton and weightlifting competitions for the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games and major redevelopment of the Carrara Indoor Stadium and Carrara Stadium facilities to meet Games requirements.

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