Northern Pathway will create a walking and cycling connection between Auckland City and North Shore.
Westhaven to Akoranga is a five-kilometre section starting in Westhaven, travelling across the Waitemata Harbour and continues onto Akoranga. This section was previously known as SkyPath/Auckland Harbour Bridge Shared Path and SeaPath. Both components have now been combined for delivery as part of the Northern Pathway.
The preferred option for the Waitemata Harbour component is a standalone bridge alongside the existing Auckland Harbour Bridge.
The Bruce Highway Upgrade Tiaro Bypass project proposes a new 8-kilometre highway east of Tiaro. The four-lane bypass will leave the existing Bruce Highway north of Bauple Drive and reconnect to the existing Bruce Highway near Wilsons Road.
The NSW and Federal Governments are jointly funding a duplication of the Richmond Bridge about 500 metres downstream of the existing bridge, alongside a range of traffic improvements.
The preferred option includes:
- bypasses of Richmond and North Richmond town centres including a new two lane bridge over the Hawkesbury River
- six intersection improvements
- Upgrades to Londonderry Road and the Driftway, and
- a new active transport connection between Richmond and North Richmond.
The project will connect Tauranga and Ōmokoroa with a new 14-kilometre link between State Highway 29 Takitimu Drive Toll Road and State Highway 2 Ōmokoroa intersection.
Takitimu North Link will be constructed in two phases:
- Stage One: previously known as Tauranga Northern Link, this stage will be the connection between SH29 and SH2 near Te Puna, and
- Stage Two: the connection between SH2 Te Puna and Ōmokoroa (deferred in June 2021).
The Takitimu North Link is part of the NZ Government’s New Zealand Upgrade Program (NZUP).
The circa $15 billion Inland Rail project would see the creation of a 1,700 kilometre Melbourne to Brisbane freight rail corridor along Australia's east coast – bypassing the congested Sydney network and the circuitous north coast line via Australia's four richest farming regions in Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland. This would include approximately 1,200 kilometres of major upgrades and enhancements, and 500 kilometres of new track.
The project is being overseen by the Commonwealth-owned Australian Rail Track Corporation (ARTC). ARTC has split Inland rail into 13 sections, with one in Victoria, seven in New South Wales and five in Queensland. These are:
- Tottenham to Albury
- Albury to Illabo
- Illabo to Stockinbingal
- Stockinbingal to Parkes
- Parkes to Narromine
- Narromine to Narrabri
- Narrabri to North Star
- North Star to New South Wales/Queensland Border
- New South Wales/Queensland Border to Gowrie
- Gowrie to Helidon
- Helidon to Calvert
- Calvert to Kagaru, and
- Kagaru to Acacia Ridge and Bromelton.
The delivery of the three sections from Gowrie to Kagaru has been announced as a Public Private Partnership (PPP) Package. The delivery of Narrabri to North Star section has been split into two phases.
Project EnergyConnect is a proposed high voltage transmission line connection between the New South Wales and South Australian power grids.
The NSW-SA interconnector involves the construction of a new 330 kilovolt, above-ground transmission line between Robertstown in South Australia and Wagga Wagga in New South Wales. It also includes a 220 kilovolt spur from Buronger in NSW to Red Cliffs in north-west Victoria. The transmission line will be approximately 900 kilometres in length.
The 400-megawatt Stubbo Solar Farm, proposed by UPC/AC Renewables, is to be located approximately 10 kilometres north of Gulgong in the Central West Orana Renewable Energy Zone (REZ). The proposed solar farm comprises two separated sections and a Battery Energy Storage System of up to 200 megawatt hours.
The project will include an onsite substation and connect to an existing 330 kilovolt transmission line, operated by TransGrid.
The Melbourne Arts Precinct Transformation project will be delivered over two phases, comprising new public gardens, new contemporary art gallery, pedestrian connections, underground shared services, and new and upgraded theatre and art facilities.
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