2019-2020 Federal budget infrastructure

2019-2020 Federal budget infrastructure

Victoria given $6.2B  in the 2019 federal budget 

The 2019-2020 Federal budget infrastructure projects have made big headlines over the last week and when you give the Victorian construction industry $6.2B, within the 2019-2020 Federal budget for infrastructure spending you will get our attention.

Whilst Bill shorten was driving around in an electric Hyundai calling for policy the normal person needs to learn. The Liberal government where planning to release what we all know retains employment, creates jobs and a gives us a stable economy, that is construction; and it’s clear the 2019-2020 Federal budget infrastructure projects are welcomed by voters and everyone understands this will boost our economy, construction industry and the construction recruitment alike.

2019-2020 Federal budget infrastructure projects:

Scott Morrison has literally waged war on urban congestion with his multibillion-dollar campaign with his 2019-2020 Federal budget infrastructure plan. In Victoria alone, the Government has committed $6.2 billion to new Victorian construction projects to improve safety and better connect towns and regions. This is significant to Victoria and the budget the construction industry need for 2019-2020 Federal budget infrastructure.

 

So what’s Victoria’s cut of the 2019-2020 Federal budget infrastructure projects

 

State allocation $5.3 billion

  • Sealing roads in the Dandenong Ranges and surrounds $300 million
  • Western Highway (Final Stage of Duplication from Ararat to Stawell) additional $360 million
  • Victorian Congestion Package, including $162 million
  • Racecourse Road, Flemington $70 million
  • Napoleon Road, Ferntree Gully $50 million
  • Princes Highway $300 million
  • Geelong to Melbourne Fast Rail $2 billion
  • South Geelong to Waurn Ponds Rail Upgrade (stages 2 and 3) $700 million
  • Suburban Roads Upgrades (South Eastern and Northern Roads) $1.14 billion
  • Wellington Road Duplication $110 million
  • Goulburn Valley Highway, Shepparton Bypass (stage 1) $208 million

 

Urban Congestion Fund $396 million

  • Thompson Road extension $70 million
  • Calder Freeway (Gap Road to the M80 Ring Road) $50 million
  • Ballarto Road, Skye $30 million
  • Plymouth Road improvements $2.5 million
  • Princes Highway Intersection Upgrades – Pakenham to Beaconsfield $17.8 million
  • McGregor Road, Pakenham $13 million
  • Fitzsimons Lane/Main Road corridor, Eltham $10 million
  • Hume Freeway (Lithgow Street to M80 Ring Road) $50 million
  • Maroondah Highway, Coldstream $20 million
  • Commuter car parks (Croydon, Ferntree Gully, Mitcham, Ringwood, Bentleigh, Hampton) $68 million
  • Mornington Peninsula grade separation and duplication to Boneo Road $65 million

 

Roads of Strategic Importance $490 million

  • Toowoomba to Seymour $160 million
  • Echuca to Robinvale $20 million
  • Ballarat to Ouyen $10 million
  • Melbourne to Mildura $60 million
  • Swan Hill Bridge $60 million
  • Stawell to SA Border $60 million
  • Southwest Victoria $80 million
  • Other Roads of Strategic Importance projects $40 million

 

We combine the expertise of a highly-motivated team of experienced construction consultants secialising in the engineering, construction and infrastructure sectors throughout Australia. You can be sure, if you win work related to the 2019 Federal budget Victoria infrastructure projects Construction headhunters will be across each project and the civil construction and infrastructure talent, recruiting skilled construction professionals for our clients.

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