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1. 19 April 18QUEENSLAND / TRANSPORT
Minister Mark Bailey announced that planning has now begun for a proposed extension of the Gold Coast light rail system. [Full text]
2. 19 April 18VICTORIA / TRANSPORT
The 'Extended Melbourne Metro Initiative' is online. [Full text]
3. 19 April 18VICTORIA / TRANSPORT
The Victorian Greens announced a plan to transform Melbourne's outdated train lines into a reliable, high capacity world class metro system. [Full text]
4. 19 April 18VICTORIA / TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE
Premier Andrews said procurement will begin on Victoria's biggest ever transport project, the North East Link, within the first 100 days of a re-elected Andrews Labor Government. [Full text]
5. 19 April 18AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY / TRANSPORT
The 'Transition to Zero Emissions Vehicles Action Plan 2018-2021' is online. [Full text]
6. 19 April 18AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY / TRANSPORT
Ministers Shane Rattenbury and Meegan Fitzharris announced an action plan to guide the ACT's transition to zero emission vehicles. [Full text]
7. 19 April 18TRANSPORT / ENVIRONMENT
Electric cars might be a quick fix to clean up transport, but the problems with cars go beyond emissions, said staff from Murdoch University. [Full text]
8. 19 April 18TRANSPORT
Shadow Minister Anthony Albanese said Gold Coast Light Rail's handling of 1.1 million passenger journeys during the Commonwealth Games underlines the value of public transport in tackling traffic congestion. [Full text]
9. 16 April 18VICTORIA / TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE
The Accommodation Association said a rail link from the CBD to Melbourne Airport would be a key piece of infrastructure for the city, for Victoria and for Australia, including the tourism industry. [Full text]
10. 16 April 18VICTORIA / TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE
ARA said any proposed route will need to consider the highest frequency for journey time and be accessible to commuters who travel to large regional centres. [Full text]
11. 16 April 18VICTORIA / TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE
The IPA said the key detail for the connection to Melbourne Airport will be how much hard dollar funding is allocated in May's Federal Budget. [Full text]
12. 16 April 18VICTORIA / TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE
The Property Council said State and Federal governments now have an opportunity to work with experts to settle on the route and deliver this much needed transport connection. [Full text]
13. 16 April 18VICTORIA / TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE
Senator Janet Rice called for route and ownership to put public needs first. [Full text]
14. 16 April 18VICTORIA / TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE
Barton Deakin discussed the announcement and the proposed project. [Full text]
15. 16 April 18VICTORIA / TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE
PM Malcolm Turnbull, Treasurer Scott Morrison and Ministers Michael McCormack and Paul Fletcher committed $5 billion for the Melbourne Airport Rail Link project. [Full text]
16. 12 April 18TASMANIA / INFRASTRUCTURE / TRANSPORT
Minister Peter Gutwein said that the Tasmanian Government has informed Hobart City Council it will use legislative power to take over management of Davey and Macquarie Streets. [Full text]
17. 12 April 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / TRANSPORT / RURAL AND REGIONAL
Opposition Leader Shorten and Shadow Minister Albanese committed $64m to a Perth road project. [Full text]
18. 12 April 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / TRANSPORT / RURAL AND REGIONAL
Opposition Leader Bill Shorten and Shadow Minister Albanese said that a Shorten Labor Government will invest $83 million to develop a new Midland Station and extend the Midland train line. [Full text]
19. 12 April 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / TRANSPORT / DESIGN
Minister Rita Saffioti released early concept plans for the $86.4 million upgrade of Bayswater Station, which will form a central junction for the future Morley-Ellenbrook and Forrestfield-Airport rail links. [Full text]
20. 12 April 18QUEENSLAND / TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE / RURAL AND REGIONAL
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and Minister Paul Fletcher announced $1 billion to ease congestion on the M1 Motorway. [Full text]
21. 12 April 18AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY / PLANNING / ECONOMICS / TRANSPORT
Chief Minister Andrew Barr gave a State of the Territory address to the Canberra Business Chamber. [Full text]
22. 12 April 18NEW SOUTH WALES / TRANSPORT
The recent announcement by the NSW Opposition that Metro West rail will be preferred over other lines misses the point that the full network for Sydney is required, said the Urban Taskforce. [Full text]
23. 12 April 18NEW SOUTH WALES / TRANSPORT
Minister Andrew Constance said the $8.3 billion Sydney Metro Northwest will open in 2019 with 13 metro stations and 4,000 new commuter park spaces. [Full text]
24. 12 April 18NEW SOUTH WALES / TRANSPORT
Minister Andrew Constance introduced a bill into the Legislative Assembly to establish the Sydney Metro statutory authority, a government controlled organisation to deliver the city's new metro railway system. [Full text]
25. 12 April 18PLANNING / TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE
The Regional Universities Network made a submission to the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Infrastructure, Transport and Cities on the role of Government in developing cities. [Full text]
26. 9 April 18VICTORIA / TRANSPORT
The 'Walking and City Space' transport strategy discussion papers are online. [Full text]
27. 9 April 18VICTORIA / TRANSPORT
The City of Melbourne released the first two of eight transport discussion papers to inform a new Transport Strategy for the municipality. [Full text]
28. 9 April 18NEW SOUTH WALES / TRANSPORT
Transport for NSW announced an extension to the consultation period for Western Sydney Corridors until 1 June. [Full text]
29. 9 April 18NEW SOUTH WALES / TRANSPORT
The UDIA NSW Labor's policy means an overall net increase to the number of transit stations, which will improve Sydney's housing supply/affordability and connectivity. [Full text]
30. 9 April 18NEW SOUTH WALES / TRANSPORT
WSLD said the Metro West, connecting Sydney to Westmead, and linking the city's two CBDs is a game-changer for the region, and needs to be the State's top priority. [Full text]
31. 9 April 18NEW SOUTH WALES / TRANSPORT
The Property Council said the Metro West is an important initiative to support Sydney's future growth and service the burgeoning Western City. [Full text]
32. 9 April 18NEW SOUTH WALES / TRANSPORT
Minister Andrew Constance said that the Berejiklian Government can do both the expected 'metro' conversion of the line from Sydenham to Bankstown and the Metro West project. [Full text]
33. 9 April 18NEW SOUTH WALES / TRANSPORT
Shadow Minister Luke Foley said that the Metro West will be the number one transport project under a Labor government. [Full text]
34. 5 April 18SOUTH AUSTRALIA / INFRASTRUCTURE / TRANSPORT
Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack said major re-railing works are now underway in SA as part of the $252 million Adelaide to Tarcoola Rail Upgrade Acceleration project. [Full text]
35. 5 April 18QUEENSLAND / TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE
Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack announced that the Australian and Queensland Governments will fund a joint study on improving rail freight connections to the Port of Brisbane. [Full text]
36. 5 April 18VICTORIA / TRANSPORT
Minister Allan announced the State Government has begun overhauling the contracts for Melbourne's bus network to improve services and put passengers first. [Full text]
37. 5 April 18VICTORIA / TRANSPORT
Minister Allan said the Victorian Government's $600 million Mernda Rail Extension is six months ahead of schedule, with the first test trains to Mernda to be running by the end of September. [Full text]
38. 5 April 18VICTORIA / TRANSPORT
Premier Daniel Andrews and Minister Jacinta Allan announced that work to remove every single level crossing and build five brand new stations between Caulfield and Dandenong is progressing. [Full text]
39. 5 April 18AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY / TRANSPORT / REGULATION
Minister Shane Rattenbury encouraged feedback on new reforms that will improve the safety of young drivers in the ACT. [Full text]
40. 5 April 18NEW SOUTH WALES / TRANSPORT / REGULATION
Six Sydney councils have called on the NSW Government to work with them to update legislation that is being outstripped by the emerging bike share industry. [Full text]
41. 5 April 18TRANSPORT / INTERNATIONAL / ICT
Deloitte Access Economics issued a report on 'Unlocking commercial opportunities from Intelligent Transport Systems' in New Zealand. [Full text]
42. 5 April 18TRANSPORT / REGULATION / ENVIRONMENT
The AAA called upon the Government to examine a US EPA decision that US greenhouse gas emission standards for light vehicles are too stringent. [Full text]
43. 3 April 18QUEENSLAND / INFRASTRUCTURE / TRANSPORT / TOURISM / ACCESSIBILITY
Minister Mark Bailey said the Palaszczuk Government regrets procurement errors made which resulted in the purchase of non-compliant trains, and that the Commonwealth Games transport plan will operate as planned. [Full text]
44. 29 March 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE
CEDA published a summary of its recent event on the future of mobility in NSW. [Full text]
45. 29 March 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE
The Sydney Business Chamber said that even though investments into the construction of these corridors are not being made immediately, it is essential to plan for the future growth of the region. [Full text]
46. 29 March 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE
The Urban Taskforce said the proposed corridors reinforce the City Deal across three levels of government and give momentum to the important development of Western Sydney around the proposed airport. [Full text]
47. 29 March 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE
The NSW Government released four draft corridors for future major road and rail infrastructure to help establish a Western Sydney Parkland City. [Full text]
48. 29 March 18INFRASTRUCTURE / TRANSPORT / ECONOMICS
The High Speed Rail Planning Authority Bill was discussed in the Senate. [Full text]
49. 29 March 18INFRASTRUCTURE / TRANSPORT / ECONOMICS
The Federal Government issued its response to the inquiry on the role of transport connectivity in stimulating development and economic activity. [Full text]
50. 29 March 18INFRASTRUCTURE / TRANSPORT
The Railway Association said all of the rail projects listed on the Priority List are important nation-building initiatives and are endorsed by the rail sector. [Full text]