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Curtin, Main Roads move to allay concerns over joint Huawei study

Curtin, Main Roads move to allay concerns over joint Huawei study

The research will be aimed at developing an intelligent infrastructure asset management platform and will use Huawei sensors to gather data.

  • by Hamish Hastie

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'Farcical': Sydney residents' claims over WestConnex cracking denied
State Parliament

'Farcical': Sydney residents' claims over WestConnex cracking denied

Residents in a street in North Strathfield say construction vibrations from work on the M4 East tunnel section caused their walls to crack and crumble.

  • by Megan Gorrey
Ya dig? Removal of 80 Olympic-sized pools of dirt starts at Parkville
Infrastructure

Ya dig? Removal of 80 Olympic-sized pools of dirt starts at Parkville

The equivalent of 80 Olympic-sized swimming pools of rock and dirt is being dug up to make way for the new underground Parkville Station.

  • by Chloe Booker
$300m upgrade for western Sydney road bottlenecks as election looms
Gladys Berejiklian

$300m upgrade for western Sydney road bottlenecks as election looms

One of the roads earmarked for an upgrade is regarded as western Sydney's No.1 road priority.

  • by Matt O'Sullivan
The state's 'golden key' loses some of its lustre
Analysis
Analysis

The state's 'golden key' loses some of its lustre

A shadow has been cast over one of the state government's trademark strategies

  • by Matt Wade
The experts told us not to worry - but they were wrong
Opinion
Opinion

The experts told us not to worry - but they were wrong

The punters got it right when it came to privatisation.

  • by Ross Gittins
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National process needed to monitor population growth: Infrastructure Australia
Infrastructure

National process needed to monitor population growth: Infrastructure Australia

A new Infrastructure Australia report in general offers a favourable view of the impact of population growth.

  • by Jacob Saulwick
Brisbane needs to grow up, not out: Infrastructure Australia
City council

Brisbane needs to grow up, not out: Infrastructure Australia

Brisbane will be challenged to squeeze in almost half a million new homes by 2041 while maintaining liveability.

  • by Felicity Caldwell
Our roads and rail may not be as bad as you think. But here's why we could still do better
Explainer
Infrastructure

Our roads and rail may not be as bad as you think. But here's why we could still do better

Politicians love big road and rail projects. But are they always a good idea? In part four of The Future Fix, we examine the "congestion issue" and look at clever ways to change direction on transport.

  • by Matt Wade
AIS reveals it has $200m in ageing assets but stays quiet on sale

AIS reveals it has $200m in ageing assets but stays quiet on sale

Sport Australia refused to reveal details of the proposed sale of Canberra Stadium, saying it was being considered in the government's mid-year fiscal update.

  • by Doug Dingwall & Chris Dutton
Don’t assume more expressways and trains will fix traffic jams
Opinion
Opinion

Don’t assume more expressways and trains will fix traffic jams

Forget big projects, you and I already have the solution to congestion worked out,

  • by Ross Gittins