More infrastructure funding for rail and road

 
Topic moved from News by bevans on 17 Dec 2021 15:22
  bevans Site Admin

Location: Melbourne, Australia
The summary

Through the 2021-22 Mid-Year Economic and Fiscal Outlook, projects include:

$316.1 million for the Coomera Connector Stage 1 (Coomera to Nerang) in Queensland
$300 million for projects to support the delivery of METRONET in Western Australia
$80 million for the Freight Capacity Upgrade Program in Tasmania;
$50 million for the Lefevre Peninsula Upgrades Project in South Australia
$17.93 million for intersection upgrades at four locations across the Australian Capital Territory, to keep pedestrians and motorists safe; and
$6 million for the Caulfield to Rowville Link business case (Victoria).
Somebody

Cannot find any details on the MetroNet and is Tasmania investment related to Rail?


More infrastructure funding for rail and road

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  freightgate Minister for Railways

Location: Albury, New South Wales
More national and liberal party pork barrelling ?
  Z1NorthernProgress2110 Chief Commissioner

Location: Burnie, Tasmania
The summary

Through the 2021-22 Mid-Year Economic and Fiscal Outlook, projects include:

$316.1 million for the Coomera Connector Stage 1 (Coomera to Nerang) in Queensland
$300 million for projects to support the delivery of METRONET in Western Australia
$80 million for the Freight Capacity Upgrade Program in Tasmania;
$50 million for the Lefevre Peninsula Upgrades Project in South Australia
$17.93 million for intersection upgrades at four locations across the Australian Capital Territory, to keep pedestrians and motorists safe; and
$6 million for the Caulfield to Rowville Link business case (Victoria).

Tasmania investment related to Rail?


More infrastructure funding for rail and road
bevans
Most likely not. More about road upgrades for more A double trucks
  62440 Chief Commissioner

"$50 million for the Lefevre Peninsula Upgrades Project in South Australia"

New one on me and I live here! Or are they resurrecting the link to the NRM?

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