The Northern Territory Government continues to invest in expanding regional bus services and has enabled a bus service to commence on the Tiwi Islands.
Six locations in Darwin and Palmerston are part of a $3.2 million upgrade to green spaces on urban roads.
The Northern Territory Government is using innovative measures and indigenous art to reduce graffiti across Greater Darwin.
The Northern Territory Government continues to invest in expanding regional bus services and has enabled an intra-town bus service to commence in Wadeye.
Work to upgrade Bullita Access Road, 10km south of Timber Creek, is about to commence and when complete will provide safe and improved access to the Victoria Highway for local communities, pastoralists and tourists.
Cyclists and pedestrians have a new shared path to use with completion of the $500,000 Henry Wrigley Drive path near the Darwin Airport.
Works are underway on the new Palmerston Regional Hospital, the first new hospital in the Northern Territory for over 40 years. The facility will open its doors to patients in 2018.
The Northern Territory Government will spend $16 million over two years for works on the road connecting Ramingining to Central Arnhem Road as well as starting to bridge across major rivers along the Arnhem Link Road.
Budget 2016 will deliver a number of important transport infrastructure projects across Central Australia to better connect communities, develop economic growth and provide safer roads.
Darwin city’s third major arterial entry point and the completion of the Tiger Brennan Drive duplication have been announced as part of Budget 2016.