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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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New ACT Courts

This project has private investors

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Australian Capital Territory Government

Redevelop the Supreme Court building and integrate it with the existing Magistrates Court building

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Queensland Government

Widen from four to six lanes. This project involves the widening of a 11.3 kilometre section of the Gateway Motorway, extending from Nudgee Road (northern end of the Gateway Upgrade Project) to Bracken Ridge and pavement rehabilitation and safety works from Bracken Ridge to the Wyampa Road Overpass. The project also includes the construction of new interchanges at Nudgee and Deagon, construction of a new northbound carriageway to remove the Deagon Deviation traffic from the Gateway Motorway, and construction of a full length shared use path with connectivity to local active transport networks. The Gateway Upgrade North project aims to increase efficiency, assist in reducing congestion and improve safety for all road users.

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Victorian Government

The redevelopment of Melbourne Park Stage 2 will include: a new bridge over Batman Avenue from Birrarung Marr to Melbourne Park leading to a new western entrance for the precinct; a major refurbishment of Rod Laver Arena, including a new eastern entrance, and a new media and administration centre. The second stage of the Melbourne Park redevelopment is expected to begin following the staging of the 2015 Australian Open.

St George Hospital Redevelopment

This project is under construction

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In February 2015, the NSW Government announced $277 million for the St George Hospital redevelopment. A new eight-level acute services building will be constructed over the new emergency department(completed October 2014). The acute servicesbuilding will include: • intensive care • high dependency • cardiac intensive care • theatre expansion including intraoperative theatres • plant and central sterilising services department • additional acute inpatient beds

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Victorian Government

A rebuilt interchange on the Calder Highway at Ravenswood which includes a new overpass to replace stop signs at this intersection.

Moorebank Intermodal Terminal Project

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Moorebank Intermodal Company

Construction of an intermodal freight terminal and port shuttle operation to and from Port Botany is expected to be operational by 2017, with a final capacity for 1.05 million containers. A separate interstate freight terminal for about 500,000 containers is planned for a later stage.

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Victorian Government

A new multi-jurisdictional court complex will be built to meet future demand in the Shepparton area.

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New South Wales Government

In March 2015 the NSW Government announced $60 million toward the Armidale Hospital redevelopment. This includes $400,000 (committed in April 2014) to commence planning. The Hunter New England Local Health District board has determined the specific details of the redevelopment based on the future clinical needs of Armidale Hospital, as well as feedback provided as a part of the consultation process.

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