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A new Bridgewater Bridge will be constructed downstream of the existing bridge, providing a new connection between the Brooker and Midland Highways to the north of Hobart.
The scope of the project includes:
- a new, four-lane bridge with two lanes in each direction
- a speed limit of at least 80 km/h
- a shared path for cyclists and pedestrians
- safety screens and barriers
- a grade separated interchange connecting the Brooker and Lyell Highways in Granton, and
- connections to local roads in Bridgewater and Granton.
The navigation clearance of the new bridge will match the Bowen Bridge further downstream. However, the existing Bridgewater Bridge, with its vertical lift mechanism, will be retained, limiting the passage of larger boats up the Derwent River.
The Rail Corridor Program covers approximately 570 km of above ground work for Inland Rail sections between Narromine and Gowrie. The contract will see the delivery of rail, ballast, concrete sleepers and level crossings.
Stages of the Inland Rail program covered by the Rail Corridor Program are:
- Narromine to Narrabri
- Narrabri to North Star Phase Two
- North Star to NSW/Queensland Border
- Border to Gowrie
The duplication of Main South Road between Seaford and Sellicks Beach aims to improve road safety, as well as improve traffic flow and increase capacity.
The duplication will be delivered in two stages.
- Stage One will involve the duplication of approximately 10 kilometres of Main South Road from south of Griffiths Drive in Seaford to Aldinga. This will include the duplication of the Pedler Creek Bridge at Seaford Rise.
- Stage Two will include a ‘2+1’ lane road layout for approximately six kilometres from Aldinga to Sellicks Beach.
The Government of South Australia will also duplicate Victor Harbor Road, between Main South Road and the McLaren Vale turn off.
Suburban Roads Upgrade aims to improve Victoria's suburban roads network and include provision of ongoing maintenance.
The program was originally intended to be delivered in three availability-type Public Private Partnerships packages for western, south eastern and northern suburbs of Melbourne, that included road duplications, widening and maintenance work for an additional 20-year period.
While the Western Upgrades Package was awarded as a PPP in December 2017, the Victorian Government decided to terminate the PPP procurement for the other two regions, and instead deliver the work in those regions as 12 individual projects.
As of July 2020, these 12 projects are set to be awarded progressively to a pre-qualified panel, based on their past performance and bid values.
The scope for the now-terminated PPP Package for South Eastern Upgrade comprised of a mix of duplication and upgrade works on eight arterial roads including:
- Healesville-Koo Wee Rup Road
- Lathams Road
- Hallam North and Heatherton Road
- Narre Warren-Cranbourne Road
- Pound Road West, and
- Golf Links Road.
Similarly, the now-terminated Northern Roads Upgrade comprised of duplication and widening work including:
- Bridge Inn Road
- Childs Road
- Craigieburn Road
- Epping Road
- Fitzsimons Lane, and
- Sunbury Road.
In addition to the above, South Road Upgrade has been added to the scope the the program.
The Western Sydney Airport (WSA) project will deliver a second airport at Badgerys Creek in Sydney's west. WSA is being developed by the Federal Government-owned Western Sydney Airport in stages in response to passenger demand. Stage One, which will have capacity for up to 10 million passengers a year, will see the construction of:
- a single 3.7-kilometre runway
- aprons, taxiways and other appropriate aviation facilities
- a terminal with a floor area of up to 90,000 square metres
- car-parking facilities for around 11,500 cars, and
- onsite roads and utilities.
Future stages would include the construction of a second runway and enhanced facilities. However this is not expected until 2050s.
Stage One main works packages are:
- Bulk Earthworks Package
- Pavement and Airside Civil Package
- Terminal and Specialty Works, and
- Landside Civil and Building Works.
The proposed North East Link project will connect the Metropolitan ring road (M80) and Eastern Freeway (M3) completing a ring road around Melbourne which includes the Monash Freeway (M1).
As part of the project, Victorian Government will establish a separate tolling company (Toll Co) to collect and own the toll revenue generated through North East Link.
The toll collection services will be procured through a separate process for the design, construction, commissioning, operation and maintenance of the toll collection system. This procurement will including roadside equipment and the back-office function.
The consortium delivering the Primary Package is responsible for the design, construct and maintain the civil infrastructure required to support the toll collection system and for ensuring this infrastructure is available to the tolling systems contractor for installation and commissioning.
Prior to being re-elected at the 2019 NSW State election, the NSW Government committed $780 million to redevelop the John Hunter Hospital.
The redevelopment will take place on a new site and will include a new seven-storey Acute Services Building with:
- a new Emergency Department
- critical care services (adult and paediatric)
- operating theatres and interventional suites
- imaging services
- a birthing suite and inpatient maternity unit
- neonatal intensive care and a special care nursery
- retail spaces
- new hospital entrance canopy and drop-off zone
- rooftop helipad, and
- increased car parking capacity.
Prior to the 2019 NSW State Election, the NSW Government committed $479 million to redeveloping the existing Ryde Hospital. The proposed redevelopment intends to preserve the existing historic Denistone House, and provide additional and enhanced emergency, critical care, inpatient, community and ambulatory care services, and maternity services.
In December 2020, the NSW Government announced it would consider a proposal to relocate Ryde Hospital to the Macquarie University campus as part of a range of options in the business case for the project. In November 2021, the NSW Government confirmed the existing Ryde Hospital campus would be redeveloped rather than relocated.
Planning and construction for the redevelopment is scheduled to commence by FY2022-23.
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