.Züblin, a civil engineering division of Strabag, and its consortium partner Max Bögl have won a contract for the €500m ($555m) Stuttgart-Ulm railway line in Germany.
West Sussex County Council has submitted an application to Highways England indicating that the offline Magenta route option (Option 4/5AV1) is the preferred choice for the proposed A27 Arundel Bypass scheme.
Fitzgerald Constructions has been selected by the Queensland government for the construction of Neville Bonner Bridge across the Brisbane River in Brisbane, Australia.
Amey Sir Robert McAlpine, a joint venture between Amey and Sir Robert McAlpine, has been selected by Highways England to upgrade Junction 19 on M6 near the English town of Knutsford.
Wellington International Airport in New Zealand has unveiled a masterplan, which details plans to accommodate traffic growth by 2040, with an investment of NZ$1bn ($641.6m).
Highways England, a government agency responsible for motorways and major trunk roads in England, has unveiled plans to widen a 15-mile section of the road between Chelmsford and Marks Tey in the UK.
Mobilinx Hurontario General Partnership (Mobilinx) has been awarded a contract worth C$4.6bn ($3.5bn) by Infrastructure Ontario (IO) and Metrolinx to design, build, finance, operate and maintain the Hurontario Light Rail Transit (LRT) project in the Toronto region.
Houston Airport System has broken ground on the new $1.2bn Mickey Leland International Terminal (MLIT) at the George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) in Houston, Texas, US.
Denver International Airport (DIA) in Colorado, US, has selected a new lead design firm and general contractor for the Great Hall Renovation project, which is estimated to cost $770m.
British infrastructure group Balfour Beatty has won a design-build contract worth $203m from the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) for the US 70 Improvement Project.
The Edinburgh City Council, UK, has signed off a programme to commence construction on £207.3m ($255m) Edinburgh Tram York Place to Newhaven project in November 2019.
Norwegian construction company Veidekke has been selected by Bane NOR, the owner of the railway network in Norway, to build a railway tunnel in the country.
Contractors have been shortlisted for two tenders covering three projects for the A$1.75bn ($1.2bn) Regional Rail Revival programme in Victoria, Australia.
Construction has commenced on the $2.1bn Foothill Gold Line Light Rail Project from Glendora to Montclair in the US.
The African Development Bank (AfDB) Group has approved €209m ($229.1m) loans to fund the expansion of a highway that links major economic hubs in Kenya.
CPB Contractors, a subsidiary of CIMIC Group, has been selected to build the stage 2 of the Monash Freeway upgrade in Australia.
The UK’s Department for Transport has announced £100m in first wave of funding, enabling 18 new road schemes to move to the next stage of development.
A consortium of Spanish firm Acciona, Belgium-based construction group Besix and Italian general contractor Rizanni de Eccher has commissioned the Roskilde Fjord highway in Denmark.
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has approved a loan worth $167.02m (£135.8m) for a project to revamp and rebuild 89km of road between Aktobe and Kandyagash in Kazakhstan.
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has offered a loan of €97.5 (£86m) and Black Sea Trade and Development Bank (BSTDB) provided a loan of €77.5m (£68m) to extend metro rail services in Istanbul, Turkey.