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Project Updated   18 Jul
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The High Capacity Signalling project will upgrade the existing signalling and control systems, which are nearing the end of their asset lives, to an integrated high-capacity Communications-Based Train Control system. The rail network will have capacity to grow and see more reliable and safe train operations.

The scope of this project includes:

  • replacing the existing ‘fixed-block’ signalling system with a ‘moving-block’ Communications Based Train Control system
  • replacing the Automatic Train Protection system
  • implementing Automatic Train Operation, and
  • implementing Automatic Train Supervision and Regulation to replace the existing Train Control System.

Infrastructure Australia's Business Case Evaluation identified the following options for the High Capacity Signalling project:

  • Option 1 - Asset life extension with moderate signalling modifications (Base Case)
  • Option 3 - Asset life extension with conversion from existing three-aspect signalling to fouraspect signalling
  • Option 4E - New signalling technology / European Train Control System (ETCS) Level 2
  • Option 4F - New signalling technology / ETCS Level 2+ with Automatic Train Operation
  • Option 4B - New signalling technology / Communications-Based Train Control, and
  • Option 4J - New signalling technology only on those sections of the network requiring high capacity signalling and maintaining legacy signalling in sections of the network where high capacity signalling is not required.

Option 4B was found to be the preferred option.

A new Public Transport Operations Control Centre (PTOCC), located directly north of the existing Public Transport Centre in East Perth, is expected to include a centralised signalling equipment room, network control floors, and office space to support the High Capacity Signalling project implementation.

STATUS: Awarded
Project Added   17 Jul

Gippsland Dawn is a proposed offshore wind project with up to 2.1 gigawatts of electricity generation capacity. It has been proposed for the Gippsland Offshore Wind Zone off the coast of Victoria.

Gippsland Dawn is proposed to be located between Paradise Beach and Ocean Grange.

STATUS: Detailed Planning
Project Added   17 Jul

The Navigator North Project is a proposed offshore wind project with up to 1.5 gigawatts of electricity generation capacity. It has been proposed for the Gippsland Offshore Wind Zone off the coast of Victoria.

The Navigator North Project is proposed to be located approximately 34 kilometres off the South Australian coast covering 700 square kilometres.

STATUS: Detailed Planning
Project Added   17 Jul

The Kent Offshore Wind Farm is a proposed offshore wind project with up to two gigawatts of electricity generation capacity. It has been proposed for the Gippsland Offshore Wind Zone off the coast of Victoria.

The wind farm is proposed to be located 67 kilometres off the coast of Victoria, close to the Kent Group islands in the Bass Strait.

STATUS: Detailed Planning
Project Added   17 Jul

Ørsted has proposed the Ørsted Offshore Australia 1 (Gippsland 02) project, a two gigawatt offshore wind farm proposed for the Gippsland Offshore Wind Zone off the coast of Victoria.

Gippsland 02 is proposed to be located between 56 and 100 kilometres off the coast of Gippsland, Victoria.

STATUS: Detailed Planning
Project Added   17 Jul

The Aurora Green offshore wind farm is a proposed three gigawatt offshore wind project proposed for the Gippsland Offshore Wind Zone off the coast of Victoria.

The project wil be located in excess of 25 kilometres from the Gippsland coastline.

It is being developed by Iberdrola Australia.

STATUS: Detailed Planning
Project Added   17 Jul

The Great Eastern Offshore Wind Farm is a proposed offshore wind project with up to 2.5 gigawatts of electricity generation capacity. It has been proposed for the Gippsland Offshore Wind Zone off the coast of Victoria.

It is proposed to be located 22 kilometres off the Wellington Shire coast to the east of Wilsons Promontory.

STATUS: Detailed Planning
Status Changed   17 Jul

The New Melton Hospital (NMH) will be located in Cobblebank approximately 40 kilometres west of the Melbourne CBD. The project will be developed in stages with the ability to expand to meet demand.

The NMH will include:

  • at least 274 beds (with capacity to expand to 554 beds by 2036)
  • a 24/7 emergency department
  • an intensive care unit
  • maternity and neonatal services
  • mental health services
  • surgical services
  • ambulatory care
  • clinical support services including pharmacy, pathology, and medical imaging
  • carparking facilities, and
  • teaching, training, and research spaces.

The site is located within the future Cobblebank Metropolitan Activity Centre and is close to the Cobblebank train station and the Western Freeway.

The project will be delivered via an availability-based Public Private Parternship. Western Health will operate the facility once constructed.

STATUS: Awarded

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