A $245 million road improvement blitz, according to the Federal Government, is rolling out across Victoria which includes more than 100 projects.
New road safety upgrades and improvements will be delivered across Tasmania following government funding from state and federal governments.
A $55 million project to provide a more efficient route for freight vehicles travelling across Tasmania is underway.
Owners of Driver Reviver locations can now apply for a share of $7.3 million in Australian Government funding to upgrade their rest sites.
The Australian and Western Australian Governments are working together to deliver road safety treatments across thousands of kilometres of regional Western Australian roads.
Almost $20 million has been allocated through the Wheatbelt Secondary Freight Network (WSFN) program to upgrade 95 kilometres of regional roads in Western Australia throughout 2020-21.
The Victorian Transport Association (VTA) has urged the State Government to ensure road safety signage is prominent and prevalent in its plan to construct 100 kilometres of pop-up cycling lanes around inner-Melbourne suburbs to accommodate an expected increase in bicycle usage when Covid-19 restrictions ease.
Record road safety and transport infrastructure investments and revised tax relief schemes for businesses, among other important allocations, underpin Australia’s economic recovery plans.