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Aug 14, 2008

Extra 3.35 Kms of Sturt Higway to be Duplicated Towards Nuriootpa

Extra 3.35 Kms of Sturt Higway to be Duplicated Towards Nuriootpa

MEDIA RELEASE

The Hon Anthony Albanese

Minister for Infrastructure, Transport,

Regional Development and Local Government

Leader of the House

Member for Grayndler

August 14 2008

The Rudd Labor Government’s funding for the Sturt Highway duplication will now deliver an extra 3.35 kilometres of double-lane divided road to improve safety for local motorists and deliver freight faster to and from the Riverland.

Federal Transport Minister Anthony Albanese was in Adelaide today to deliver the good news.

The South Australian Government has delivered cost savings of $32.7 million on the rest of the Sturt Highway upgrade project, which means that the Highway can now be duplicated to the Greenock to Nuriootpa junction, towards the Victorian border.

Previously, the $159 million federally-funded duplication of the Highway was intended to finish at the Seppeltsfield Road junction.

Mr Albanese said, “I am pleased that we will be able to make a longer stretch of the Highway safer both for local families and trucks carrying freight between the Riverland and Adelaide.

“I congratulate the South Australian government for good project management in delivering extra kilometres of double-lane road within the original budget.

“The Rudd Labor Government’s funding for this project builds on our $451 million commitments to the Northern and Port River expressways. All up, we will invest $1.1 billion over the next five years improving the State’s roads.”

South Australian Minister for Transport, Patrick Conlon said the extension would strengthen the strategic link between Adelaide and the Riverland.

“This is one of our major freight routes and is a key part of the overall network and our significant investment in strategically upgrading it,” he said.

“Following the recent opening of the Port River Expressway bridges, an extension to the Sturt Highway further strengthens that network.”

“In the next two years the Northern Expressway will take shape and all the parts of the puzzle will come together to ensure South Australia remains as competitive as possible when it comes to serving the export market.

Work on the extension is expected to start in early 2009 and finish in June 2010.

The new carriageway between Seppeltsfield Road and the Greenock to Nuriootpa junction will be to the south of the existing road.

It will include interchange and access improvements, duplication of the bridge over Seppeltsfield Road and construction of a culvert at Greenock Creek to replace the existing bridge.

Aug 14, 2008

Rudd Government Delivers $627,000 to Fix Road Black Spot in Stuart Park In Darwi

Rudd Government Delivers $627,000 to Fix Road Black Spot in Stuart Park In Darwin

MEDIA RELEASE

The Hon Anthony Albanese

Minister for Infrastructure, Transport,

Regional Development and Local Government

Leader of the House

Member for Grayndler

August 14 2008

The Rudd Labor Government has today announced that we will deliver $672,000 to fix two dangerous intersections in Stuart Park in Darwin through the national Black Spots program.

The project, which is jointly funded with Darwin City Council, will build a roundabout and redesign the intersections at Woolner Road and Bishop Street, and Iliffe Street and Brewery Place.

Minister Albanese said, “We are committed to reducing crashes on Top End roads.

“That’s why the Black Spot program is a vital element in the Government’s plan to improve road safety. It targets roads that either have a history of crashes or a significant risk of crashes occurring.”

NT Consultative Panel Chair, Mr Hale said, “Accidents take a huge toll on families, our community and the Territory economy.

“The Black Spot program complements the funding that I have already secured for major national infrastructure links in the Territory like Tiger Brennan Drive and the Stuart Highway.

“This is about improving road safety at both the national and local level.”

Mr Albanese said, “From next year (2009-10), the Rudd Government will deliver on its election commitment to increase black spot funding by a massive 33 per cent next year, up to a record $60 million nationally.

“The program has a proven track record of saving lives. At least 32 deaths and more than 1,500 serious injuries were prevented as a result of the program in three years, an evaluation by the Bureau of Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Economics has shown.”

Mr Hale said, “For every $1 spent on fixing black spots, around $14 is returned to the community through a reduction in the number and cost of crashes.

“These projects were assessed and recommended by a panel of independent road safety experts. They included the Australian Trucking Association of NT, Local Government Association of NT, Automobile Association of NT, Office of Indigenous Policy and the Department of Infrastructure Planning and Environment.”

Anyone can suggest a location or a section of road for black spot funding using a nomination form that can be downloaded from http://www.auslink.gov.au

Aug 13, 2008

Rudd Government Delivers $4.5 Million to get an Early Start on Constitution Hill

Rudd Government Delivers $4.5 Million to get an Early Start on Constitution Hill and Midland Highway Safety Upgrades

MEDIA RELEASE

The Hon Anthony Albanese

Minister for Infrastructure, Transport,

Regional Development and Local Government

Leader of the House

Member for Grayndler

August 13 2008

The Rudd Labor Government has today approved $4.5 million in funding to get an early start on improving safety for local motorists on the Midland Highway, including upgrading the notorious Constitution Hill between Bagdad and Dysart in Tasmania.

The $4.5 million in funding will contribute to two crucial safety upgrade projects along the Midland Highway. They are:

  • Widening the Highway at Constitution Hill and providing a 1.6 metre wide painted median with wire rope safety barrier over 2.54 kilometres to separate opposing streams of traffic; and
  • Installing new centre and side lines (audible, tactile lines) along 140 kilometres of the Highway between Breadalbane, south of Launceston and Pontville to the south of Bagdad. Upon completion, motorists should be able to hear if they veer off the road or on to the wrong side of the road.

Federal Minister for Infrastructure and Transport, Anthony Albanese was in Tasmania today to announce the funding, which has been brought forward from the 2009-10 financial year by the Rudd Government.

Mr Albanese said, "There’s no question that these upgrades to the Midland Highway are needed to help make the highway safer for motorists and their families.

"That’s why we have brought the money forward to get these important projects started as soon as possible.

"Today’s $4.5 million announcement builds on Federal Labor’s commitment to deliver a massive $426 million Tasmanian infrastructure over the next five years – more than two and a half times what the former government provided in the last five years."

Tasmanian Minister for Infrastructure, Graeme Sturges, welcomed the announcement and said that the balance of the total $5.6 million cost will be met through the Tasmanian Motor Accidents Insurance Board and the Tasmanian Department of Infrastructure, Energy and Resources.

"The Constitution Hill upgrades will help to limit conflict areas for turning traffic and play an important role in minimising crashes at this section of the Highway," Mr Sturges said.

The Constitution Hill upgrades respond directly to a recommendation of the Tasmanian Coroner following an accident in May 2006 that claimed four young lives," he said.

Dick Adams, Federal Member for Lyons, said, "I have spoken to the Federal Minister and he understands the importance of these projects. I am really pleased that the Rudd Government is delivering this funding.

"The Midland Highway is particularly difficult stretch of road during winter because of ice and fog, and safety is our number one priority."

Tenders for the Constitution Hill component of the upgrade will be called shortly by the Tasmanian Government with the majority of the work expected to be completed by May 2009. Final seal and line marking is expected to be completed in the summer months of 2009.

Tenders for the installation of the audible tactile line marking are also expected to be called shortly with the works completed by May 2009.

Aug 13, 2008

National Reform Agenda Moves Forward

National Reform Agenda Moves Forward

MEDIA RELEASE

The Hon Anthony Albanese

Minister for Infrastructure, Transport,

Regional Development and Local Government

Leader of the House

Member for Grayndler

August 13 2008

The Local Government and Planning Ministers’ Council has today agreed to accelerate key national reforms addressing issues including housing affordability and the streamlining of regulations.

The NSW Planning Minister Frank Sartor will chair a Ministerial Subgroup to develop proposals covering a national approach to expanding complying development, performance monitoring and e-planning.

The possibility of developing national principles for development assessment will also be discussed in a bid to ensure greater consistency in planning decisions across the country.

Members of the subgroup will also include representatives from Queensland, Victoria and South Australia, with secretariat services to be provided by the Federal Government.

The Australian Local Government Association will also be invited to participate.

The purpose of this new group is to determine actions, a timeframe and resources to drive forward the priorities of the Ministerial Council.

There is a broad consensus for national reform, now we need to get on and make it happen.

The program, once agreed, will be submitted to the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) for final approval.

Aug 13, 2008

Rudd Government Delivers $1.5 Million to Fix Road Black Spots in Tasmania- Fundi

Rudd Government Delivers $1.5 Million to Fix Road Black Spots in Tasmania- Funding to Increase by 33 per cent next year

MEDIA RELEASE

The Hon Anthony Albanese

Minister for Infrastructure, Transport,

Regional Development and Local Government

Leader of the House

Member for Grayndler

August 13 2008

The Rudd Labor Government has today announced that we will deliver more than $1.5 million ($1,535,000) to fix 17 dangerous black spots on local roads in Tasmania.

The projects include building roundabouts, improving dangerous intersections, installing speed warnings and traffic signals, and upgrading pedestrian crossings in Tasmania.

Minister Albanese said, "We are committed to reducing crashes on our roads. Accidents take a huge toll on families, our communities and the economy.

"That’s why the Black Spot program is a vital element in the Government’s plan to improve road safety. It targets roads that either have a history of crashes or a significant risk of crashes occurring.

"The Black Spot program complements our funding to major national infrastructure links in Tasmania like the Brighton Bypass and the North East Freight Roads.

"This is about improving road safety at both the national and local level.

"From next year (2009-10), the Rudd Government will deliver on its election commitment to increase black spot funding by a massive 33 per cent next year, up to a record $60 million nationally.

"The program has a proven track record of saving lives. At least 32 deaths and more than 1,500 serious injuries were prevented as a result of the program in three years, an evaluation by the Bureau of Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Economics has shown."

Tasmanian Consultative Panel Chair, Ms Collins said, "For every $1 spent on fixing black spots, around $14 is returned to the community through a reduction in the number and cost of crashes.

"From Hobart to Devonport, from Newnham to Brighton, we are fixing dangerous intersections to help reduce accidents and their costs to the economy.

"These projects were assessed and recommended by a panel of independent road safety experts. They included the Royal Automobile Club of Tasmania and the Tasmanian State Government."

Anyone can suggest a location or a section of road for black spot funding using a nomination form that can be downloaded from http://www.auslink.gov.au

Aug 11, 2008

$25 Million to FInd Solutions to Sydney’s Congestion

$25 Million to FInd Solutions to Sydney’s Congestion

MEDIA RELEASE

The Hon Anthony Albanese

Minister for Infrastructure, Transport,

Regional Development and Local Government

Leader of the House

Member for Grayndler

August 11 2008

Detailed feasibility studies will start this month on two multi-billion infrastructure projects which have the very real potential to unclog some of Sydney’s key roads and modernise a significant part of its passenger rail network.

The Commonwealth and NSW governments have agreed the terms of the studies into the proposed Western Metro (Green Line) and upgrade of the M5 East.

Both governments have also stumped up the necessary cash.

All up, the Rudd Labor Government will provide $25 million to kick-start and accelerate this necessary work.  The Iemma Labor Government has agreed to manage the process and put in a further $20 million.

WESTERN METRO (GREEN LINE)…

The Green Line would be independent of the existing CityRail network, with transfer opportunities at key points.  The feasibility study will identify the best route options and develop a business case using estimates of patronage, revenue and cost.

 

On a typical weekday, almost a quarter of a million people travel by train between Parramatta and the CBD – and this is likely to rise significantly with predictions that the population of Greater Western Sydney will grow by another 500,000 over the next 25 years.

The feasibility study’s $30 million price tag will be paid by both the Commonwealth

($20 million) and NSW ($10 million) governments.

M5 EAST TRANSPORT CORRIDOR…

Upgrading of the M5 East corridor has the potential to support the thousands of additional trucks that will be heading to and from an expanded Port Botany as well as the rapidly growing suburbs of Sydney’s south west.

Already 96,000 vehicles a day use the M5 East and this is likely to grow not least because the number of containers moving through the Port is expected to more than double to 3.6 million in less than two decades.

The M5 East Transport Corridor study will be funded with $5 million from the Commonwealth Government and $10 million from the NSW Government.

We expect both studies to be finalised by the middle of next year.

After 12 years of inaction, the Rudd Labor Government is committed to reengaging the Commonwealth with cities policy, a central plank to Labor’s nation building agenda.

Aug 8, 2008

Minister and Local MP Inspect Torres Strait Emergency Response

Minister and Local MP Inspect Torres Strait Emergency Response

MEDIA RELEASE

The Hon Anthony Albanese

Minister for Infrastructure, Transport,

Regional Development and Local Government

Leader of the House

Member for Grayndler

August 8 2008

The Australian Government’s emergency response vessel ETV Pacific Responder plays an important role in protecting the Torres Strait and northern Great Barrier Reef’s marine environment in the event of a shipping incident.

Today off Thursday Island, I and the Member for Leichhardt, Jim Turnour, met with the Australian crew on board ETV Pacific Responder and received an in-depth explanation of the vessel’s capabilities in emergency towage, pollution response, and search and rescue.

The tug is celebrating its second anniversary, under contract to the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA), in providing emergency response services to shipping incidents in the region.

In addition, it provides AMSA with maintenance and construction services for its aids to navigation network in the Torres Strait and northern Great Barrier Reef.

The Cairns-based vessel has responded to several shipping incidents in the region, including assisting Papua New Guinea authorities contain a cargo ship fire in the Torres Strait. It also assisted in the salvage operations for the “Pasha Bulker” incident at Newcastle last year.

There are no port-based tugs capable of emergency towage services in the Torres Strait and northern Great Barrier Reef.

The availability of ETV Pacific Responder to deal with shipping emergencies greatly reduces the risk of pollution and avoids several days’ delay while a tug responded from southern ports.

I also took the opportunity to familiarise myself with other aspects of AMSA’s operations in the region, including safety regulation of shipping and coastal pilotage services, pollution response preparedness and search and rescue.

Aug 6, 2008

General Aviation: An Industry in Transition

General Aviation: An Industry in Transition

MEDIA RELEASE

The Hon Anthony Albanese

Minister for Infrastructure, Transport,

Regional Development and Local Government

Leader of the House

Member for Grayndler

August 6 2008

Today I’ve released a landmark report on the nation’s General Aviation industry – its current health and future challenges.

The report – written by the Strategic Industry Leaders Group – paints a picture of an industry in transition. While parts of the industry are growing and prospering, some smaller operators are struggling to remain viable.

The commercialisation of general aviation airports; skill shortages; a complex regulatory environment; and the ageing of the small aircraft fleet have all created a challenging operating environment.

The report clearly highlights some of the problems that have developed in the absence of a long term, coordinated strategic plan from the national government.

In part that’s why I recently announced the Government would develop Australia’s first-ever aviation White Paper to guide the industry’s growth over the next decade and beyond.

A major focus for the White Paper will be on ensuring a vibrant general aviation industry is able to prosper as the nurturing ground of future commercial pilots and aviation workers. It is being developed in close consultation with all sections of the Australian industry, including general aviation operators.

I would like to thank Dr Roland Williams and the Strategic Industry Leaders Group for their report. It will provide a valuable contribution to public debate and policy development.

The report is available at http://www.infrastructure.gov.au/aviation/general/

Aug 1, 2008

Rudd Government Delivers $230,000 for Rural and Regional Research

Rudd Government Delivers $230,000 for Rural and Regional Research

MEDIA RELEASE

The Hon Anthony Albanese

Minister for Infrastructure, Transport,

Regional Development and Local Government

Leader of the House

Member for Grayndler

August 1 2008

The Rudd Labor Government is delivering more than $230,000 to support high quality research into rural and regional Australia and help establish closer links with communities.

Five projects are being supported through the Regional and Rural Research and Development Grants Program including a landmark study on the social impacts of drought in the Murray-Darling Basin, a Telethon Institute long-term study into children’s wellbeing and development in regional communities, and two studies addressing rural and regional labour shortages.

We are also supporting two major conferences, including the 2008 Desert Knowledge Symposium, to bring together regional experts and leaders and promote regional development.

Rural and regional communities faced serious challenges today with the worst drought on record, widespread infrastructure bottlenecks and persistent skills shortages.

Despite these challenges, Australia’s regions play a vital role in our economy – generating 65 per cent of export income and employing over a third of Australia’s workforce.

By supporting high-quality research and development projects, the Rudd Labor Government’s is recognising the resilience and innovation in our regional communities.

The seven projects we are contributing to are as follows:

  • $110,000 over four years to support a multi-partner research project in the Mandurah/Peel region of Western Australia focusing on the impact of the family and community environments on child development and wellbeing;
  • More than $38,000 for Charles Sturt University’s Centre for Social and Rural Research to assess the downstream social impacts of drought in the Murray-Darling Basin;
  • $11,000 towards a three year project at the University of Western Australia into “Regional Development diversification and addressing the rural labour shortage”;
  • $16,500 towards a three year project being undertaken by the Sydney University of Technology into “New Migrants in regional and rural Australia: attraction and retention”;
  • $11,000 towards a two year project being undertaken by the University of Western Australia into “What makes a Resilient Community”; 
  • $22,000 for sponsorship of the 2008 Desert Knowledge Symposium and Business Showcase being held in Alice Springs; and
  • $22,000 for sponsorship of the 2008 Australian and New Zealand Regional Science Association International national conference in Adelaide.
Jul 25, 2008

Ministers Agree to Modernise the Nation’s Transport Sector

Ministers Agree to Modernise the Nation’s Transport Sector

MEDIA RELEASE

The Hon Anthony Albanese

Minister for Infrastructure, Transport,

Regional Development and Local Government

Leader of the House

Member for Grayndler

July 25 2008

The nation’s transport ministers have taken another important step towards modernising the Federation, helping to create a seamless national economy and reducing the cost of doing business.

We are determined to improve the way we as a nation regulate our vital maritime, rail and trucking industries.

Meeting for the third time this year, the nation’s transport ministers have agreed to recommend to the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) that subject to the outcomes of regulatory impact assessments, it give its in principle support for the establishment of:

  •  A National Road Safety Council – a practical response to statistics showing that the national road toll has changed little since 2003;
  •  A single national system of heavy vehicle regulation and the adoption of a consistent approach to heavy vehicle driver licensing; and
  • A single national system of maritime safety regulation administered by the existing Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA). At present in Australia, there are more than 50 pieces of legislation and subordinate legislative instruments pertaining to maritime safety along with eight independent maritime safety agencies.

These recommendations will be put to COAG in October.

The Australian Transport Council (ATC) has also agreed to progress work on establishing a single national rail safety regulator and investigator.

These long overdue, commonsense reforms would free the $46 billion transport sector from complex and inconsistent government regulations, allowing it can get on with the job of moving people and freight around the country.

Communiqué below

 

Australian Transport Ministers’ Meeting 25 July 2008, Sydney Record of Outcomes

Transport Ministers from the Commonwealth and each Australian State and Territory met in Sydney today to take forward ATC’s national action plan, A New Beginning for Transport, agreed at the Australian Transport Council’s meeting in May. The plan encompasses a number of key national reforms designed to cut down red tape in the transport and logistics sector and deliver more consistency in the way transport is regulated across Australia.

Ministers agreed to recommend to the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) meeting in October that, subject to the outcomes of regulatory impact assessments, COAG endorse in-principle the establishment of:

  • a National Road Safety Council;
  • a single national system of heavy vehicle regulation, registration and driver licensing; and
  • a single national system for maritime safety regulation administered by the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA).

Ministers also instructed the National Transport Commission to prepare a regulatory impact statement (RIS) for a single, national rail safety regulatory and investigation framework.

The Australian Transport Council (ATC, comprising Transport Ministers together with the Australian Local Government Association) would prepare the terms of Inter Governmental Agreements to underpin these proposed national arrangements for COAG’s consideration in early 2009.

National Road Safety Council

Ministers agreed that the objective of the National Road Safety Council would be to enhance implementation of key reforms from the National Road Safety Strategy and other ATC-agreed road safety reforms by raising the profile of road safety across government, business and the broader community through high level partnerships across key sectors.

The Council’s membership would include community leaders and experts from the business, government, academic and community sectors, with expertise in key elements of road safety and/or other essential area. Subject to COAG’s agreement, the Council would meet early 2009.

Ministers also agreed to consider at ATC’s November 2008 meeting a review of existing road safety management and governance processes to avoid duplication with the new National Council.

National Maritime Regulation

Ministers agreed that, subject to the outcome of the regulatory impact assessment, they support a national approach to Maritime Safety regulation and are inclined towards broadening the application of the Commonwealth Navigation Act 1912 to apply to all commercial vessels. This will involve AMSA becoming responsible for regulating vessel design, construction, and equipment, vessel operation (eg safety management systems) and crew certification and manning.

In considering the arrangements which would underpin a national system, Ministers agreed to explore the option of existing State and Northern Territory maritime agencies being the delivery agents for regulatory services under individual agreements with AMSA.

The first step in the process to establish a single national system will involve the preparation of a Regulatory Impact Statement for consideration by ATC at its November meeting.

National Heavy Vehicle Regulation, Registration, Driver Licensing

In proposing to COAG a new framework for the regulation of the heavy vehicle industry, the Transport Ministers agreed that the framework could involve:

  • the establishment of a single regulation entity by July 2009;
  • the implementation of a single national heavy vehicle registration scheme in 2010;
  • the adoption of a consistent approach to heavy vehicle driver competency and testing standards and heavy vehicle driver training school recognition in 2010; and
  • delivery of a single physical national heavy vehicle driver licence in 2010.

National heavy vehicle laws would encompass the breadth of current heavy vehicle regulation, registration and licensing, including such matters as roadworthiness, mass and loading, fatigue and speed. In recognition of the complexity associated with road use pricing and network access, Ministers agreed that these two areas of regulation would be considered over time by ATC and COAG.

It is envisaged that by 1 July 2009, the Commonwealth would prepare legislation to establish a ‘Federal Registration Scheme’ (FRS) to apply to all heavy vehicles. Initially, the FRS would work in the same manner as the current ‘Federal Interstate Registration Scheme’ with all customer service transactions being handled by State and Territory agencies and data records continuing to be managed within the jurisdictions’ general registration computer systems.

Licensing reforms will be implemented by all jurisdictions in 2010 delivering a consistent approach to minimum standards for competency and testing for heavy vehicle driver licences, starting with Heavy Rigid and Heavy Combination classes, and recognising heavy vehicle driver training schools’ training and testing of drivers.

To support implementation of this very significant reform agenda, and in anticipation of COAG’s confirmation of the directions being pursued, ATC has agreed to establish a National Heavy Vehicle Regulation Implementation Team to develop the necessary regulatory impact assessments, Inter-Governmental Agreements, draft laws and design the structure, functions, resourcing and funding arrangements to deliver these future arrangements.

Rail safety regulation and investigation

ATC will consider the NTC’s RIS on a single, national rail safety regulatory and investigation framework in early 2009, and make a recommendation to COAG’s first meeting next year. The RIS will consider all viable options for establishing a single, national system, and will consult with stakeholders in the preparation of the RIS.

Ministers reaffirmed that in the interim all jurisdictions would proceed with the model rail safety legislation previously agreed by COAG.

Progressing ATC’s National Transport Policy

Ministers also noted progress reports from each of the Working Groups developing aspect of the National Transport Policy. Ministers expressed satisfaction at the significant progress being made by the Working Groups and noted that the substantive issues would be discussed at the 7 November ATC meeting.

Ministers noted the importance of the national stocktake being undertaken by the Workforce planning and skills working group of labour skills, education and training shortages across the transport and logistics workforce. Ministers agreed to fast-track the deadline for completion and consideration of this work to the November ATC meeting.

Working Groups include:

  • Economic framework for an efficient transportation marketplace
  • Infrastructure planning and investment
  • Capacity constraints and supply chain performance
  • Urban congestion
  • Climate change, environment and energy
  • Safety and security
  • Strategic research and technology, and
  • Workforce planning and skills.

The Australian Transport Ministers meeting was attended by:

 The

Hon Anthony Albanese MP
Minister for Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Local Government (Commonwealth)
 The

Hon John Watkins MLA 

Minister for Transport (

New South Wales ) 

 The

Hon Eric Roozendaal MLC
Minister for Roads (

New South Wales ) 
 The

Hon Lynne Kosky MP 
Minister for Public Transport (

Victoria ) 
 
The Hon

Tim Pallas MP 
Minister for Roads and Ports (

Victoria )

The

Hon Warren Pitt MP

Minister for Main Roads and Local Government (

Queensland ) 
Gary Fenlon MP  Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Transport, Trade, Employment and Industrial Relations (

Queensland )  
The

Hon Alannah MacTiernan MLA 
Minister for Planning and Infrastructure (

Western Australia )
The

Hon Patrick Conlon MHA  
Minister for Transport, Infrastructure and  Energy (

South Australia ) 
The

Hon Graeme Sturges MP  
Minister for Infrastructure (

Tasmania )  

The

Hon John Hargreaves MLA

Minister for Territory and Municipal Services (ACT)  

 

 

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