It has been more than a decade in the making and despite time blowouts and the final green light at the 11th hour, Canberra's light rail has finally taken its first passengers.
It might seem like talk of light rail in the nation's capital has been going on forever — but in a matter of hours the ACT's largest ever infrastructure project will go live. It's the result of several years of false starts, changed routes, and squabbling over how to pay for it.
The power has returned to parts of Sydney's train network after commuters at Milsons Point were told to cross the Harbour Bridge on foot amid major delays due to a police operation at Redfern Station.
Farm lobby AgForce says more than $800 million in sheep and cattle died during the worst floods seen for 50 years. In total, the damage bill could be pushing $2 billion.
The Federal Government announces it will fund $2.1 billion worth of transport infrastructure in Victoria, to help cater for the state's growing population, with the marginal seat of Corangamite to benefit.
Over the past seven weeks, ABC readers have been submitting questions about the NSW election — in the process, you actually told us three things would decide your vote this Saturday. Here's a peek.
Construction on a high-speed rail line, cutting the trip between Melbourne and Geelong to just 32 minutes, would begin in about 18 months under a plan announced by the Federal Government, with the election less than two months away.
Shifting agricultural freight from road to inland rail could save tens of millions of dollars a year in transport costs, according to a study by the CSIRO.
Shifting agricultural freight from road to inland rail could save an additional tens of millions of dollars a year in transport costs, according to a study by the CSIRO.
Gladys Berejiklian and NSW Transport Minister Andrew Constance ride her Government's flagship infrastructure project, the Sydney Metro Northwest rail, which boasts driverless trains and is due to open in May.