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2016-17 Budget: Infrastructure Investments

The Australian Government has committed funding of over $50 billion towards productivity enhancing infrastructure across the country from 2013-14 to 2019-20 and beyond.

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

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Rail extension from South Morang to Mernda including two new stations and associated stabling.

Metro Tunnel

This project has private investors

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The Melbourne Metro Rail Project will create a new end-to-end rail line from Sunbury in the west to Cranbourne-Pakenham in the south-east, with high capacity trains and five new underground stations at Arden, Parkville, in the CBD and at Domain. Melbourne Metro’s twin nine-kilometre tunnels will take two of the busiest rail lines out of the City Loop, creating space for more trains to run more often across Melbourne’s rail network.

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Duplication of the Princes Highway between Winchelsea and Colac.

Port of Melbourne Port Capacity Project

This project has private investors

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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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Victorian Government

Expand and upgrade the Geelong Hospital by 64 beds in order to increase capacity to provide cancer care, palliative care and care for older patients with complex needs. Improved cancer services will include a supportive cancer centre. The implementation of contemporary and improved models of care will also enable improved access to services for the people in the Barwon - South West region. The Commonwealth Government will contribute to this initiative as part of the Regional Cancer Centre initiative. NICS is indicating that tenders are now open as the date provided by the jurisdiction for the major approach to market is 2012. It may be that tenders are yet to be released. We recommend you use the provided contact details to seek further information.

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Victorian Government

A new male prison and an additional 395 permanent prison beds across the prison system.

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