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.
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.
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.
Motorists will benefit from the completion of upgrade works at Amy Johnson Avenue / Stuart Highway intersection.
The Northern Territory Government has made changes to the Building Act from 1 May 2016 to ensure safer homes and businesses for Territorians.
The Territory Government, in consultation with the Malak Marketplace, has extended route 12 to service the Malak markets on Saturday nights.
The Northern Territory Government has fitted all Darwin and Alice Springs public buses with protective window film.
This year’s Yellow Ribbon “DRIVE So Others Survive (SOS)!” National Road Safety Week, will run from 2 to 8 May 2016.
The campaign to promote better behaviour on public transport and raise awareness of new safety initiatives called 'Transit Safety Keeping You Safe' launched on 29 January 2015.
A TV commercial put together by Bicycle NT with the assistance of the City of Darwin encourages cycling for local trips.