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Infrastructure investment

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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Victorian Government

The Government will expand and enhance the Latrobe Regional Hospital facilities including construction of a new Emergency Department, 12 short stay beds,a new acute 30 bed ward, two day-endoscopy rooms, a catheterisation laboratory, a new main entry and admissions area,a new medical records facility and new public parking.

Gosford Hospital Redevelopment

This project is under construction

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New South Wales Government

In March 2016, the NSW Government announced fast-tracking of the Gosford Hospital Redevelopment project, with a saving of $20 million, bringing the estimated total cost from $368 million to $348 million. The project will deliver a major upgrade in health services and facilities for communities in Gosford and on the Central Coast, including a new 11 storey building, new front entrance and new multi-storey car park.

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Queensland Government

Bruce Highway six-laning. Staged upgrade of the existing Sunshine Motorway and Caloundra Road section of the Bruce Highway to a six lane motorway with improved interchanges, service roads and removal of all at-grade intersections. The primary objective of the project is to improve safety; however, the project will deliver a wide range of benefits to the transport network and community, impacting on economic efficiency and transport user safety.

Swan Valley Irrigation Scheme (SWAN)

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Tasmanian Government

The 2,000 ML scheme being developed would pump water from the Swan River in periods of higher river flows and store it in a dam adjacent to the river, close to the township of Cranbrook on the Melrose property. This stored water would then be delivered to participating landholders through a delivery network of pipes during the summer irrigation season. The irrigation water delivered would be at a surety level of greater than 95 per cent. The irrigation season will nominally run from 1 September to January 31 each year. 

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The Project involves the upgrade of approximately 600 kilometres of track on the Adelaide (Islington and Outer Harbour) to Tarcoola rail line. The upgrade will improve capacity by increasing rail size along the interstate line, moving rail size from 47 kg per metre to 60kg per metre. The project will also include bridge strengthening works to allow for the higher axle loads (25 tonnes at 80km/h) and where appropriate other associated upgrades (i.e. level crossing renewals).

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South Australian Government

The construction of a new high school in the city with a student capacity of 1000 on the current Royal Adelaide Hospital site.

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New South Wales Government

In March 2015 the NSW Government announced $400 million towards Stage 2 of the Blacktown and Mount Druitt hospitals expansion. This includes the $800,000 allocated in the 2014/15 Budget to begin planning for the project, and a further $400,000 in the 2015-16 Budget to complete planning. This follows the $312 million Blacktown and Mount Druitt hospitals redevelopment – Stage 1.

Rocklea to Darra Stage 1

This project is under construction

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Queensland Government

Rocklea to Darra Stage 1, Package 1 (Granard Road to Oxley Road). Stage 1 is the 3 kilometre upgrade of the Ipswich Motorway, between Granard Road, Rocklea and Oxley Road, Oxley. Stage 1 includes: - upgrading the motorway from four to six lanes; - higher bridges over Oxley Creek, including seven new bridges; - new southern service road connection from Rocklea industrial precinct to the Oxley commercial and retail areas; and - new traffic signals at the Suscatand Street intersection. Benefits include: - Reliability – improved traffic flow and reduced congestion creating more reliable, consistent travel times. - Safety – upgraded road safety on the motorway with improved sight distances, safer access to and from the motorway. - Connectivity – enhanced local connectivity for all road users, pedestrians and cyclists with new service road connectors, reducing the need for local trips on the motorway. - Flood immunity – improving the motorway’s flood immunity by constructing higher bridges over Oxley Creek.

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