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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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Victorian Government

The Murray Basin Rail project is a multi-phased project to standardise freight rail between Mildura and Geelong and improve the rail transport infrastructure in the Murray Basin region. Stage 1 - Major periodic maintenance on the Mildura and Hopetoun lines. Stage 2 - Upgrades to the Maryborough to Ararat, Maryborough to Dunolly, Dunolly to Yelta and Ouyen to Murrayville lines. Stage 3 - Upgrades to the Dunolly to Manangatang and Korong Vale to Sea Lake lines. Stage 4 - Upgrades to the Gheringhap to Maryborough lines. Stage 1 was completed in 2016.

Outer suburban arterial roads program - western package

This project has private investors

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Consisting of the construction and rehabilitation works and the maintenance of arterial roads within specified area in Melbourne's western suburbs under a Public Private Partnership (PPP) contract.

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Victorian Government

The project includes: Duplication of 17 kilometres of track between Deer Park and Melton; A replacement carpark at Rockbank Station; Additional platforms at Bacchus Marsh and Ballan stations, and extended platforms at Rockbank Station with new pedestrian links between platforms; New stabling facilities at Melton and Rowsley, and the removal of stabling facilities at Bacchus Marsh; A five kilometre passing loop at Ballan; A four kilometre passing loop at Spreadeagle which will make it possible to close the existing Bungaree loop and remove five level crossings; and A duplication of three kilometres of track west of Warrenheip. Passing loops will provide more ways for trains to pass each other, which will help services recover from unexpected delays more quickly, boosting reliability and punctuality. The removal of five level crossings as part of the decommissioning of the Bungaree loop will improve safety for motorists and the local community. The Ballarat Line Upgrade will also pave the way for future electrification of the line to Melton, creating a new metropolitan train line into the city.

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New smoke management and fire sprinkler systems will be installed at Melbourne Central, Flagstaff and Parliament stations. A new intruder detection and alarm system will be installed to prevent unauthorised access in the City Loop.

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Victorian Government

The Drysdale Bypass Road Project aims to address peak hour congestion on High Street Drysdale, improve safety and enhance the access and amenity for pedestrians and cyclists in the Drysdale Activity Centre by constructing a six kilometre bypass road to reduce vehicles and heavy traffic from High Street. Included in the project scope is access and upgrades to accessibility of High Street, including lane separations for cyclists, pavement upgrades and signaling and pedestrian crossings.

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