Roads Australia (RA) says it is crucial that the Federal Parliament supports key policy reforms to fully realise the economic benefits from the substantial investments in integrated transport infrastructure contained in tonight’s Federal Budget. “The Federal Government’s additional investment of …
An alliance of RA members has been selected as the preferred contractor to deliver a key project within the Victorian Government’s Regional Rail Revival program. The Djilang Alliance – comprising McConnell Dowell, Downer, Arup and WSP Australia – will work …
RA member SICE has extended its partnership with Transport for NSW and will upgrade its current SIDERA Operations Management and Control System (OMCS) at the St Helena Tunnel in Byron Bay. The project is now underway and will be finalised …
Roads Australia (RA), the peak body for roads within an integrated transport system, says the Infrastructure Priority List (IPL) released today by Infrastructure Australia (IA) confirms the central role of enhanced transport infrastructure in promoting post-COVID economic recovery and welcomes its clear focus on enhancing connectivity within Australia’s integrated transport networks.
March 1, 2016 – When it comes to the current pipeline of road works, NSW is living up to its self-proclaimed mantle of the Premier State. That was the strong message that came across in a presentation from Roads and Maritime Services Chief Executive, Peter Duncan, at last month’s RA industry lunch in Sydney.
January 8, 2016 – It’s with great sadness that we note the passing of Bruce Loder yesterday.
Feb 17, 2016 – The transport infrastructure recommendations and priorities released today in the Australian Infrastructure Plan will, if adopted, go a long way towards creating more liveable Australian cities.
August 26, 2015 – Transfield Services’ CEO, Infrastructure – Australia and NZ, Sandra Dodds, was our special guest at an exclusive single table lunch held in Sydney today.
September 10, 2015 – Roads Australia has welcomed the extended, 45-day EIS community consultation process now underway for the M4 East.
Sept 30, 2015 – Yesterday’s Melbourne Forum brought together 170 industry leaders to focus on how we can better deliver infrastructure to meet the demands and expectations of the community, as well as how we as an industry can reinforce the public’s perception of the value of infrastructure.