4 August 2020 - Following the Premier’s announcement on how stage 4 restrictions affect businesses and workplaces, Roads Australia and the construction industry will continue to work closely with the Victorian Government to ensure essential transport infrastructure is delivered safely.
10 July, 2020 - Roads Australia (RA) notes this week’s announcement by the Victorian Government that it will change the procurement of the two Suburban Roads Upgrade packages as public-private partnerships into a multi-contract ‘$2.2 billion road construction blitz’.
15 June 2020 - Roads Australia has welcomed today's infrastructure announcement by the Commonwealth and recommended the half billion-dollar road safety funding injection be targeted toward 'low cost, high return' maintenance treatments to some of regional Australia's most dangerous roads.
13 May, 2020 - Roads Australia (RA) welcomes today’s release of South Australia’s inaugural 20-year State Infrastructure Strategy.
30 April 2020 - The McGowan Government’s transport construction contract reforms - coupled with the fast-tracking of $140 million in road and maritime projects - will not only help small to mid-sized contractors survive the COVID crisis, but is also an investment in the industry’s long-term future.
27 April 2020 - Roads Australia is backing calls for Queensland road users to slowdown and stick to the rules in the face of a spike in fatalities.
17 April, 2020 - COVID-19 is expected to cause only minor delays to the delivery of Australia’s current transport infrastructure projects – but the question of who pays for those delays is still very much up in the air.
27 March,2020 - The response by governments to the coronavirus pandemic is starting to bite into Australia’s transport infrastructure boom.
Feb 26, 2020 - Roads Australia is particularly pleased to see road maintenance and infrastructure resilience given enhanced recognition in this year’s updated Infrastructure Priority List, released today by Infrastructure Australia.
Feb 13, 2020 - Legal action to challenge the North East Link Environmental Effects Statement (EES) process is unwarranted and obstructionist.