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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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Queensland Government

The project is being delivered by the Queensland Government (through the Department of Transport and Main Roads), in partnership with the Australian Government and Gold Coast City Council. Gold Coast Rapid Transit has secured funding commitments, from three levels of government (local, state and federal). These funds will deliver Stage One of the system, which is the priority route from Griffith University (Parklands Drive, Southport) to Broadbeach. This 13km dedicated light rail corridor will service the new Gold Coast University Hospital, Griffith University, Southport medical precinct, as well as the fast growing commercial, retail and recreational centres of Southport, Surfers Paradise and Broadbeach. There are 16 stations planned for the Stage One corridor.

Tamworth Hospital Redevelopment - Stage 2

This project is under construction

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New South Wales Government

This is a major redevelopment of the Tamworth Hospital, which will provide increased capacity and improved facilities for patients. The $211 million redevelopment is funded by $91 million from the NSW Government and $120 million from the Australian Government's Health and Hospitals Fund (HHF).

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Western Australian Government

Improve access to Perth Airport and the Kewdale industrial precinct.

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Australian Government

This project will replace ageing and out-dated engineering services infrastructure and provide a combination of new and refurbished facilities to support operational and training outcomes.

Wagga Wagga Base Hospital Redevelopment

This project is under construction

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New South Wales Government

The Wagga Wagga Base Hospital Redevelopment has been planned to enable the progressive redevelopment of the whole site through a number of discreet phases of construction and will allow hospital operations to continue throughout its redevelopment. The $282.1 million redevelopment project is funded under the Health and Hospitals Fund Program (HHF) with the NSW Government providing $215 million and the Australian Government contributing $55.1 million. A further $12 million has been allocated from the Australian Government under the COAG New Sub Acute Beds Guarantee for 20 sub acute mental health beds.

Pacific Highway - Nambucca Heads to Urunga

This project is under construction

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New South Wales Government

Pacific Highway, upgrade of 22km to 4 lane divided standard between Nambucca Heads and Urunga. The project will include: Road and bridge construction and construction services. Planning and preliminary work for the Nambucca Heads to Urunga upgrade is jointly funded by the Australian and NSW governments. Major Construction work started 15 January 2014.

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Queensland Government

Design and construction of a new 12.6km rail line and associated infrastructure. Moreton Bay Rail Link will deliver a new heavy rail passenger rail line between Petrie and Kippa-Ring, including six new stations at Kallangur, Murrumba Downs, Mango Hill, Mango Hill East, Rothwell and Kippa-Ring. The Moreton Bay Rail Link will significantly improve public transport in the area providing an incentive for people to switch from private vehicles to public transport. This will in turn free up capacity on the road network for journeys that can not be made using public transport. The Moreton Bay Rail Link will: - provide a more reliable, economical, and faster alternative to driving to Brisbane’s Central Business District during peak periods - help reduce congestion on the road network, including the Bruce Highway, and free up capacity for journeys that can not be made using public transport - provide sustainable and active transport options that reduce carbon emissions — every full train on the new line will take about 600 cars off the road - provide better access to major employment centres both within and outside the Moreton Bay region - help attract investment to the area and create business opportunities, and - act as a catalyst for growth along the alignment, with stations becoming hubs of new development in the region.

Port of Melbourne Port Capacity Project

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Port of Melbourne Corporation

Construction of additional container and automotive terminal capacity at the Port of Melbourne.

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