As the coronavirus pandemic continues, the Victorian Government is getting on with projects to boost local jobs and keep Victorians moving, with two more level crossings in Melbourne’s west fast-tracked for removal by 2023.
The Andrews Government is delivering more reliable and more frequent bus services for people living in Melbourne’s west, by replacing Route 219 with three new and adjusted bus routes.
The flagship new Joan Kirner Women’s and Children’s Hospital built by the Andrews Labor Government is complete, and will open its doors this month.
Melbourne Airport Rail Link (MARL) is set to become a reality, with the Victorian and Commonwealth Governments formally signing off on the project.
Errington Reserve will soon be enjoying modern sports facilities thanks to a funding boost from the Andrews Labor Government.
The Metro Tunnel is transforming Melbourne, with new stations breathing new life into parts of Melbourne’s CBD.
The Andrews Labor Government will build up to 220 extra car parking spaces at Keilor Plains to make it easier for passengers to find a park and catch the train.
Construction on a number of Melbourne’s major road infrastructure upgrades will ramp up over the Christmas/New Year period enabling critical works to be done.
Six hundred jobs will be created in Melbourne’s rapidly growing West with construction on the Andrews Labor Government’s new $200 million Joan Kirner Women’s and Children’s Hospital now underway.
Three world-leading bidders have been shortlisted to deliver the first stage of works on the biggest public transport infrastructure project in Australia.
The Andrews Labor Government has announced a series of initiatives to boost performance on the Ballarat line in the wake of significant patronage growth, network changes and service reliability that has not met expectations.