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Thursday, 02 June 2016 15:57

Media release: Road upgrades for Bass

A re-elected Turnbull Government will invest $2.6 million in critical road upgrades in Bass to improve heavy vehicle links, reduce congestion and provide for pedestrian safety.

A re-elected Turnbull Government will invest $280,000 in a parking and student safety improvement project in Mount Eliza Traffic congestion will decrease, parking will be improved and the risk of injury will be reduced at and around Mount Eliza Primary School under a returned Turnbull Coalition Government.

Schools and community organisations in Bradfield, and around Australia, will be able to seek funding for initiatives to respond to security risks under the Coalition’s $40 million Safer Communities Fund.

Labor infrastructure spokesman Anthony Albanese repeated his position on Sydney radio this morning, that if Labor wins the next election there will be 'not one dollar' from the Commonwealth for WestConnex:

The re-elected Turnbull Government will reduce congestion in Croydon with an $8 million investment in the Maroondah Highway/Dorset Road/Bellara Drive intersection.

A re-elected Turnbull Government will reduce congestion for motorists in Deakin by investing $9.3 million to upgrade roads in the electorate.

A re-elected Turnbull Government will reduce congestion and improve road capacity by investing $20 million in the upgrade of Canterbury Road between Dorset Road and Mount Dandenong Tourist Road.

Subjects: WestConnex.

Opposition Leader Bill Shorten was incorrect today about the extent to which the $3.5 billion of Commonwealth funding and financing for WestConnex has already been paid to the New South Wales Government.

Labor’s infrastructure spokesman Anthony Albanese has disclosed an extraordinary backflip on WestConnex, revealing that a Shorten Labor government would withdraw support for this transformative project.

Authorised by Paul Fletcher MP, Level 2, 280 Pacific Highway Lindfield NSW 2070.

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