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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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M80 Ring Road - Sunshine Avenue to Calder Freeway

This project is under construction

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Victorian Government

The scope of the project includes widening of the carriageways to provide a minimum of five traffic lanes in each direction, widening and strengthening of the EJ Whitten Bridge and installation of Intelligent Transport System.

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Victorian Government

The Government will expand and enhance the Latrobe Regional Hospital facilities including construction of a new Emergency Department, 12 short stay beds,a new acute 30 bed ward, two day-endoscopy rooms, a catheterisation laboratory, a new main entry and admissions area,a new medical records facility and new public parking.

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The Chandler Highway bridge over the Yarra River will replace the existing bridge and construct capacity enhancements on Grange Road and Princess Street.

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The upgrade includes track duplication between Heidelberg and Rosanna, associated power upgrades and introducing a new bus service from Greensborough to Diamond Creek. This Project is being delivered as part of the Grange Road and Lower Plenty Road level crossing removals work package.

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The Victorian Government and Transurban are partnering to build the Western Distributor Project, which includes the Western Distributor, the Monash Freeway Upgrade and access improvements for Webb Dock.

Western Highway Duplication - Ballarat to Stawell

This project is under construction

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Victorian Government

The Western Highway is the principal road link between the Victoria and South Australia. It is the key road corridor into Western Victoria and supports agriculture, manufacturing, regional tourism and a range of manufacturing and services activities. The project will enhance 110 kilometres of the Western Highway from Ballarat to Stawell, reducing travel times, enhancing safety and improving the suitability the Western Highway for road freight transportation. The Duplication Project consists of several stages: Section 1 - Ballarat to Beaufort including Section 1a (Ballarat to Burrumbeet) and Section 1b (Burrumbeet to Beaufort) - (Practical Completion achieved in 2015); Section 2a - Beaufort to Buangor - (Practical Completion achieved in early-2016); Section 2ab - Buangor Bypass - (Practical Completion achieved in mid-2016) ; Section 2b - Buangor to Ararat - (In Procurement); Section 3 - Ararat to Stawell - (In Planning)

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Thompsons Road is a major east-west arterial road between the Mornington Peninsula Freeway and Berwick-Cranbourne Road, through the Greater Dandenong, Frankston and Casey municipalities. VicRoads will complete the duplication of Thompsons Road between Dandenong-Frankston Road and South Gippsland Highway (including the level crossing removal) and between Narre Warren-Cranbourne Road and Berwick-Cranbourne Road.

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Yan Yean Road is an important link in the outer northern suburbs, servicing a corridor of increasing residential development, but the current, two-lane undivided road is dangerous and congested. VicRoads will duplicate the notorious stretch of Yan Yean Road in Plenty, between Diamond Creek Rd and Kurrak Rd.

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