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Project Updated   15 Nov
part of Nepean Hospital Redevelopment

Stage Two will follow on directly from Stage One, and include delivery of: 

  • an Intensive Care Unit
  • medical Imaging services and Nuclear Medicine
  • an in-centre Renal Dialysis Unit
  • cardiology services
  • more in-patient beds including paediatrics
  • clinical support services including Pharmacy
  • staff education and training facilities
  • community health facilities, and
  • a new front of house and reception area.
STATUS: Announced
Project Updated   11 Nov

The Sydney to Newcastle Fast Rail Improvement project will deliver rail improvements between Sydney and Newcastle that would facilitate faster or fast passenger rail services.

Studies and business cases completed to date by the Federal and NSW governments have identified three possible corridor options between Sydney and Newcastle. These include Faster, Fast, and High-Speed Rail corridors. 

The options and investment priorities are outlined in the Federal Government's National Faster Rail Investment Program and the NSW Government's Fast Rail Investment Strategy.

In early 2022 the first major investment in the corridor was committed to by the Federal and NSW governments between Wyong and Tuggerah. The project scope includes:

  • 10 kilometers of rail upgrades
  • two additional tracks, bringing the total on the line to four
  • station upgrades at Wyong and Tuggerah, and
  • new dual track bridges over the Wyong River.

It is planned these upgrades will enable Fast Rail services in the future.

Following these announcements, in October 2022 the Federal Government also budgeted $500 million for corridor acquisition, planning and early works on high-speed rail between Sydney and Newcastle.

STATUS: Announced
Project Added   04 Nov
part of Randwick Campus Redevelopment

The University of New South Wales (UNSW) Sydney is delivering the Health Translation Hub as part of the Randwick Campus Redevelopment. 

The Health Translation Hub will include:

  • education, training and research rooms
  • clinical schools
  • ambulatory care clinics
  • support facilities including retail premises, and
  • publicly accessible open space for staff, students, patients and the community.

The Hub will have direct connections to the Sydney Children’s Hospital Stage One and Minderoo Children’s Comprehensive Cancer Centre, and be situated adjacent to the new Prince of Wales Hospital Integrated Acute Services Building.

STATUS: Awarded
Status Changed   31 Oct
part of Inland Rail Freight Corridor

The Tottenham to Albury (T2A) section is the only section of the Inland Rail Freight Corridor traversing Victoria. The project comprises the upgrade of existing structures along 305 kilometres of existing rail corridor – the North East Rail Line (NERL) – between metropolitan Melbourne and the Victoria-NSW border at Albury, to enable the operation of double-stacked freight trains.

Due to its scale and complexity, this project is broken into two stages:

  • Stage One: Beveridge to Albury
  • Stage Two: Metropolitan Melbourne (south of Beveridge)

Stage One of the project comprises enhancements of 12 sites along the North East Rail Line from Beveridge to Albury. The sites are:

  • Broadford-Wandong Road bridge, Wandong
  • Hamilton Street bridge, Broadford
  • Short Street bridge, Broadford
  • Marchbanks Road bridge, Broadford
  • Hume Highway bridge, Tallarook
  • Seymour-Avenel Road bridge, Seymour
  • Hume Highway bridge, Seymour
  • Anderson Street bridge, Euroa
  • Benalla Station Approach Road, Benalla
  • Beaconsfield Parade bridge, Glenrowan
  • Wangaratta Station Precinct, Wangaratta
  • Murray Valley Highway, Barnawartha North

Work at the sites comprise of:

  • track lowering
  • replacing existing bridges with taller ones
  • removing footbridges
  • building a pedestrian underpass
  • track slews
  • relocating or raising signal gantries, and
  • modifying or relocating overhead power poles.

As of March 2021, Stage Two of the project, Metropolitan Melbourne – south of Beveridge, was on hold while an investigation was carried to determine the location, configuration and timing of a new intermodal terminal in Melbourne. The new terminal is a complementary development to Inland Rail, funded and delivered externally to the ARTC.

T2A project development has been undertaken with consideration to the separate $235 million North East Line Upgrade, undertaken by ARTC through the Victorian Government's Regional Rail Revival program. ARTC shares the T2A rail corridor with V/Line passenger train operations, the Sydney-Melbourne XPT and suburban Melbourne trains.

In March 2018, the Victorian and Federal governments signed a bilateral agreement for the project, which includes commitments to negotiate a new long-term lease with ARTC, and for the Victorian Government to accommodate any changes to the NERL required for Inland Rail.

STATUS: Awarded
Status Changed   31 Oct
part of Sydney Metro

Sydney Metro West will deliver a new direct, 24 kilometre underground rail connection between the CBDs of Parramatta and Sydney.

Initially, tunnelling work comprised of two components:

  • Tunnelling West (Westmead to The Bays Precinct), and
  • Tunnelling East (The Bays Precinct to Sydney CBD).

The Tunnelling West package has since been split into two:

  • Western Package (Westmead to Sydney Olympic Park), and
  • Central Package (Sydney Olympic Park to The Bays Precinct).

The scope for Central Package includes excavation and construction of 11 kilometres of twin tunnels between Sydney Olympic Park and the future station in The Bays Precinct. This comprises the delivery of:

  • twin 11 kilometres of tunnels using two double-shield, hard rock TBMs
  • a TBM launch site at The Bays Station and a retrieval site at Sydney Olympic Park Station
  • excavation and civil works for five new stations at The Bays, Five Dock, Burwood North, North Strathfield and Sydney Olympic Park
  • a crossover cavern at Burwood North and at Eastern Creek
  • over 70,000 concrete segments to line the twin tunnels, and
  • two access shafts at Burwood North and The Bays.
STATUS: Under Delivery
Project Updated   30 Oct

The Suburban Rail Loop - Airport (SRL Airport) is a proposed rail transit service that will take passengers from Melbourne’s Tullamarine Airport to the CBD in less than 30 minutes, using Victoria's new High Capacity Metro Trains. The project will enable most Victorians to reach Tullamarine with just one interchange, while those in south-east Melbourne will be able to travel directly to the airport. 

The SRL Airport’s anticipated route will travel through Sunshine in Melbourne’s west and utilise the Metro Tunnel in Melbourne’s CBD. The MAR will be integrated with the Suburban Rail Loop as part of the north-west section of the orbital loop planned for construction around the Melbourne CBD. The total capital cost of the Sunshine alignment was estimated to be between $8 and $13 billion.

The six major works packages proposed to deliver the project are:

  • Airport Station Package
  • Viaduct Package
  • Corridor Package
  • Maribyrnong River Bridge Package
  • Sunshine to Albion Package, and
  • Rail Systems Package.

The SRL Airport was previously referred to as Melbourne Airport Rail (MAR)


STATUS: Announced
Status Changed   30 Oct
part of Suburban Rail Loop - Airport

The Maribyrnong River Bridge Package of the Suburban Rail Loop Airport (SRL Airport) comprises the delivery of a new elevated twin-track rail crossing to the west of existing Albion Viaduct, comprising:

  • a north approach structure, approximately 48 metres in length
  • a new Maribyrnong River Viaduct, approximately 456 metres in length and 50 metres above ground level at its highest point
  • a new South Approach Structure, approximately 48 metres in length
  • associated earthworks
  • drainage work
  • lineside fencing, and
  • maintenance access.
STATUS: Awarded
Project Updated   27 Oct

The Government of Western Australia is exploring options to construct a new container port at Kwinana. This would see the eventual transfer of container handling capacity from Fremantle Port to the new Kwinana Port over time.

There are two preferred options for handling container freight over the transition between the Freemantle and Kwinana ports. Both ultimately result in all freight capacity shifting from Fremantle to Kwinana, and both require the construction of a new land-backed port in the Kwinana Industrial Area serviced by an upgraded Anketell Road freight route.

STATUS: Announced

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