This week has seen plenty of interpretations of the election outcome.
Some can be quickly dismissed as self-serving, at odds with the facts, or both.
If you are an Australian living on Norfolk Island today you are effectively a second-class citizen.
Anyone who has attempted the peak-hour commute from Western Sydney knows how frustrating it can be when you’re stuck in traffic.
When I asked a Silicon Valley venture capitalist last month what trends he was seeing in transport, his response was immediate and concise.
GREATER Melbourne will grow by 1.8 million people between 2011 and 2031, more than any other city in Australia. That makes it vital to plan and deliver the new freeways, railways and other infrastructure that will keep it an efficient, productive and pleasant place to live.
Recently Prime Minister Turnbull appointed me as Minister for Major Projects, Territories and Local Government. This is the first time for some years that there has been a Minister whose title includes specific reference to local government.
Emissions from cars and trucks have a big impact on our environment – about 10 per cent of Australia's total greenhouse gas emissions came from cars and light trucks in 2013.
As we plan Australia’s infrastructure needs for the 21st century, there is much we can learn from the man who gave us the Harbour Bridge, Dr J.J.C. Bradfield. Bradfield had a vision: that this key transport facility would shape a city’s growth, making it a better place to live and work. Today, the Turnbull government is working to deliver another key transport facility, Western Sydney Airport, which will stimulate the growth of Western Sydney for many decades to come.