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What the $16.5 billion investment means for NSW transport infrastructure

What the $16.5 billion investment means for NSW transport infrastructure

The New South Wales (NSW) Government has set the State’s transport agenda on an exciting trajectory, committing $16.5 billion to infrastructure delivery. With multiple projects in development, NSW is undergoing a world class transformation. This is a past article featuring insights by the Hon. Andrew Constance, MP, Minister for Transport & Infrastructure, who discussed how the $16.5 billion investment is translating to reduced urban congestion, regional productivity enhancements and improved connectivity across the State. 
Short-Term Pain, Long-Term Gain: A Look at NSW’ Transport Master Plan

Short-Term Pain, Long-Term Gain: A Look at NSW’ Transport Master Plan

Ahead of the 4th annual NSW Transport Infrastructure Leaders Summit 2017 we chat with Mark Coure MP, Member for Oatley and Parliamentary Secretary for Transport and Infrastructure. In this Q&A Mark shares with us details of NSW’ Transport Master Plan and delves into the long-term economic and social benefits these massive projects will have.      

Effectively Delivering Major Transport Infrastructure Projects for Sydney’s Future

Effectively Delivering Major Transport Infrastructure Projects for Sydney’s Future

Ahead of the NSW Transport Infrastructure Leaders Summit 2017, we chat to Peter Trueman, Industry General Manager of Transport Infrastructure, at John Holland Dragados, who have been awarded the $1.15 billion Sydney Metro Northwest contract.

In this article Peter shares with us insights into how John Holland negotiates project management to effectively deliver major infrastructure projects on time and within budget, with a specific look at the Sydney Metro Northwest project.