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1. 24 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / TRANSPORT
Randwick City Council invited feedback on its Cycle Strategy. [Full text]
2. 24 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / TRANSPORT
Living in parts of Western Sydney is made more difficult because public and active transport has been neglected in favour of planning for cars, according to the Bicycle Network. [Full text]
3. 24 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / TRANSPORT
A report by PwC for the Daily Telegraph rated a number of suburbs to give a rating based on ability to live, work and play. [Full text]
4. 24 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / TRANSPORT
Opposition Leader Luke Foley said documents reveal NSW Government is listening to advice from an infrastructure advisor to sell the Harbour Bridge and tunnel toll revenues to pay for the proposed Western Harbour tunnel. [Full text]
5. 24 May 18TRANSPORT
The ABS issued 'How far do Australians go to get to work?' [Full text]
6. 24 May 18TRANSPORT
BITRE issued 'Modelling Road Safety in Australian States and Territories'. [Full text]
7. 21 May 18TASMANIA / TRANSPORT
Minister Jeremy Rockcliff announced consultation is underway on the Tasmanian Government's plan to include a fifth lane on the Southern Outlet. [Full text]
8. 21 May 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / TRANSPORT
Minister Rita Saffioti said the State Budget includes more than $134 million for new bike and pedestrian paths, as part of an integrated transport plan. [Full text]
9. 21 May 18VICTORIA / EVENTS / TRANSPORT / RURAL AND REGIONAL
The RMIT Centre for 'Urban Research called for registrations for Regional fast rail: Prospects, implications and challenges for regional communities' on 29 May in Melbourne. [Full text]
10. 21 May 18VICTORIA / EVENTS / TRANSPORT / INTERNATIONAL
Ministers Jacinta Allan and John Eren welcomed the announcement that Melbourne has been selected to host the UITP Global Public Transport Summit in 2021. [Full text]
11. 21 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / TRANSPORT
The ACCC invited comment on Transurban's proposed acquisition of a majority interest in the WestConnex project. [Full text]
12. 21 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / TRANSPORT
The NSW Parliamentary Research Service issued 'Electric vehicles in NSW'. [Full text]
13. 21 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / TRANSPORT
The Greens called on the NSW Government to reinstate engineering expertise in transport departments. [Full text]
14. 21 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / TRANSPORT
Action for Public Transport issued a second submission on the Metro West proposal. [Full text]
15. 21 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / TRANSPORT
Minister Constance confirmed Transport for NSW will continue to offer financial assistance to small businesses affected by the delayed CBD and South East Light Rail for the duration of construction. [Full text]
16. 21 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / TRANSPORT
Minister Andrew Constance said legislation passed the NSW Parliament to create the Sydney Metro statutory authority, a NSW Government controlled agency to deliver the city's new railway system. [Full text]
17. 21 May 18TRANSPORT
A Senate committee report on that Bill is online. [Full text]
18. 21 May 18TRANSPORT
Minister Paul Fletcher said the Road Vehicle Standards Bills will be debated in the House of Representatives in coming weeks. [Full text]
19. 17 May 18QUEENSLAND / TRANSPORT
Minister Fletcher said the Federal Government will invest $300 million in the Brisbane Metro. [Full text]
20. 17 May 18VICTORIA / TRANSPORT
Minister Allan called for EOI for Victoria's retired trams under the Victorian Government's new Retired Trams Strategy. [Full text]
21. 17 May 18VICTORIA / TRANSPORT
Deputy PM Michael McCormack and Minister Jacinta Allan announced the star of consultation on the $235 million North East Line upgrade. [Full text]
22. 17 May 18VICTORIA / TRANSPORT
Minister Fletcher announced $275m to duplicate and electrify the rail line from Frankston to Baxter on the Mornington Peninsula. [Full text]
23. 17 May 18VICTORIA / TRANSPORT
Minister Paul Fletcher announced $475m to build the Monash Rail line. [Full text]
24. 17 May 18AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY / TRANSPORT
Minister Meegan Fitzharris welcomed the Inquiry. [Full text]
25. 17 May 18AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY / TRANSPORT
The Joint Standing Committee on the National Capital and External Territories commenced an inquiry into Commonwealth and Parliamentary approvals for Stage 2 of the ACT's light rail project. [Full text]
26. 17 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / TRANSPORT
Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Minister Andrew Constance announced Sydney Trains customers will be able to choose the right carriage based on real-time train occupancy data. [Full text]
27. 17 May 18TRANSPORT / RURAL AND REGIONAL
The Rail Track Corporation and NSW Farmers Association said they have negotiated a new Inland Rail land access agreement. [Full text]
28. 17 May 18TRANSPORT
The Automobile Association said its March Transport Affordability Index shows the average metropolitan household is spending $17,912 on transport per year. [Full text]
29. 17 May 18TRANSPORT
The National Transport Commission said it is seeking feedback on what role Government will have in assuring the safety of automated driving systems, and what form a safety assurance system would take. [Full text]
30. 14 May 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE
Minister Saffioti said the WA Budget includes a $3.2 billion investment for road infrastructure and maintenance initiatives. [Full text]
31. 14 May 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE
Minister Saffioti announced the introduction of the Railway (METRONET) Bill 2018 into State Parliament. [Full text]
32. 14 May 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE
Premier McGowan and Minister Rita Saffioti announced a $3.6 billion investment in Perth METRONET projects in the WA Budget. [Full text]
33. 14 May 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / TRANSPORT / INDUSTRY
Premier McGowan and Minister Peter Tinley said the State Government, in partnership with local industry, will invest $394 million in social and affordable housing projects to complement METRONET. [Full text]
34. 14 May 18QUEENSLAND / TRANSPORT
Brisbane City Council released 'Brisbane Metro - draft design report: key findings'. [Full text]
35. 14 May 18VICTORIA / TRANSPORT
Infrastructure Victoria released a report outlining future scenarios for automated and zero emissions vehicles in Victoria. [Full text]
36. 14 May 18VICTORIA / TRANSPORT / RURAL AND REGIONAL
The Victorian Auditor-General made thirteen recommendations following an audit of the Regional Rail Link Project. [Full text]
37. 14 May 18AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY / TRANSPORT
Minister Meegan Fitzharris said the 'Road Transport Reform (Light Rail) Legislation Amendment Act 2018' was passed by the Legislative Assembly. [Full text]
38. 10 May 18VICTORIA / TRANSPORT / ACCESSIBILITY
Minister Jacinta Allan said that 10 Melbourne tram stops will be upgraded to become fully accessible. [Full text]
39. 10 May 18VICTORIA / TRANSPORT
The City of Melbourne called for feedback on its 'Emerging Technology' transport discussion paper which explores the opportunities and potential issues of a driverless future. [Full text]
40. 10 May 18VICTORIA / TRANSPORT
The Victorian Parliament tabled a report, 'Inquiry into Electric Vehicles'. [Full text]
41. 10 May 18VICTORIA / INFRASTRUCTURE / TRANSPORT
Opposition Leader Matthew Guy said Liberal Nationals support an East West Link and North East Link for Victoria. [Full text]
42. 10 May 18VICTORIA / INFRASTRUCTURE / TRANSPORT
Minister Luke Donnellan said Labor will build a North East Link in Victoria. [Full text]
43. 10 May 18NORTHERN TERRITORY / INFRASTRUCTURE / TRANSPORT
Treasurer Nicole Manison said Treasurer Morrison led Territorians to believe the Central Arnhem and Buntine Highways would benefit from $280 million of upgrades but the Federal Budget revealed most funding is at least five years away. [Full text]
44. 10 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE
The ALC said that announcement is recognition of the role intermodal terminals have in modernising urban supply chains. [Full text]
45. 10 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE
PM Turnbull and Minister McCormack said the Government will fund a $400 million project to duplicate the remaining single-track section of Sydney's Port Botany Rail Line. [Full text]
46. 10 May 18TRANSPORT / REGULATION
The National Transport Commision said it is collaborating with all levels of government to create an end-to-end regulatory system for automated vehicles. [Full text]
47. 10 May 18INFRASTRUCTURE / TRANSPORT
Consult Australia said of the $24.5 billion committed to new projects, less than a fifth is projected to be spent in the next four years leaving projects susceptible to economic or political change. [Full text]
48. 10 May 18INFRASTRUCTURE / TRANSPORT
Roads Australia said the $75 billion pipeline over the next decade demonstrates foresight and a commitment to the sort of long-term investment needed in Australia. [Full text]
49. 10 May 18INFRASTRUCTURE / TRANSPORT
TTF said major infrastructure projects are just as important as marketing dollars in growing the visitor economy. [Full text]
50. 10 May 18INFRASTRUCTURE / TRANSPORT
The Trucking Association said the Government should prioritise safety and road access as it rolls out $24.5 billion in new infrastructure spending announced in the Budget. [Full text]