I welcome Infrastructure Australia’s announcement today that they have assessed the business cases of four major projects and included them in the Infrastructure Priority List.
Existing and new business incubators across Bradfield can now apply for grants from the Turnbull Government to help local start-ups access advice, capital and gain valuable connections.
The second report card on the Western Sydney Infrastructure Plan has been released today, highlighting a surge in jobs growth on the back of the Australian and New South Wales governments’ $3.6 billion infrastructure investment in the region.
Road improvements being rolled out in western Sydney under the Australian Government’s $200 million Local Roads Package continue to alleviate traffic congestion with three key intersection upgrades on the Cumberland Highway now open to traffic.
Communities will have a leading voice in the makeup of future Western Sydney rail links following the release of a discussion paper today by the Commonwealth and New South Wales governments.
The Western Sydney Airport Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) has been finalised.
Today Australia’s independent infrastructure advisory body, Infrastructure Australia, earmarked two Queensland road upgrades as priority projects, the Bruce Highway Upgrade (Caloundra Road to Sunshine Motorway) and the M1 Pacific Motorway-Gateway Motorway Merge Upgrade (southbound lanes).
Today I met with Queensland Roads Minister Mark Bailey, Gold Coast Mayor Tom Tate and representatives of the Royal Automobile Club of Queensland and Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland to discuss funding for the M1 Motorway.
Moreton Bay’s biggest public infrastructure project in more than a generation – the Moreton Bay Rail Link – is on track to open in early October.