Transport Funding Reform the Key to Liveable Cities
Australia’s major cities risk a decline in liveability without major investment in our transport systems and an overhaul of our transport funding model, Transurban CEO Scott Charlton has warned in a major industry forum.
Calls for creative ideas for roadside site
Transurban has today launched a competition that offers $25,000 in prize money for innovative ideas that could transform an unused site next to the Domain Tunnel in Southbank.
Transurban announced as gender equality employer of choice
Transurban has received a Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) citation for 2014 which recognises employers of choice for gender equality.
Transurban launches Innovation Grants Program
Transurban has today launched an Innovation Grants Program that provides up to $100,000 for projects relating to road technology and/or innovative solutions to road-related issues.
Transurban wins top procurement award
Transurban has received the Best Infrastructure or Capital Works Award at the Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply (CIPS) Australasian Awards for its CityLink Tunnel Resurfacing Project.
Transurban opens second round of community grants
Following the successful launch of its Australian community grants program last year, Transurban has today opened a second round of grants focused on supporting the communities close to its roads.
Transurban announces acquisition of Queensland Motorways
Transurban Group (ASX: TCL) announces that a Transurban-led consortium with equity interests 62.5% Transurban, 25% AustralianSuper and 12.5% Tawreed, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority, has reached agreement to acquire Queensland Motorways for $7.057 billion, inclusive of stamp duty and excluding transaction costs. Transurban will operate the network on behalf of the owners.
Transurban announces preferred contractor for NorthConnex
Transurban today welcomed the announcement of the preferred contractor for the M1 to M2 project, now known as NorthConnex, taking the motorway project a step closer to reality.
CityLink Tunnel Resurfacing
CityLink Tunnel Resurfacing - project overview
F3-M2 link takes the next step closer to reality
Transurban has welcomed today’s announcement by the NSW Premier, Barry O’Farrell, that the F3- M2 missing link in Sydney’s Motorway Orbital has been approved for the next stage of detailed planning and development.