The North East Rail Line between Albury-Wodonga and Melbourne has been upgraded, as the main contracted construction works saw completion on the $235m railway project in Victoria, Australia.
The UK Secretary of State for Transport Grant Shapps has announced the cancellation of the Oxford-Cambridge (Ox-Cam) expressway, following confirmation of the project not being cost-effective.
Serbia’s focus on secure, climate-friendly and better-connected railway infrastructure development will be supported by the World Bank, as the European nation plans to upgrade its 3,735 km rail network.
Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Airport in Delhi, India, has plans for a major expansion, which will see an improvement in passenger capacity handling from 20 million passengers per year to 40 million.
The UK’s state-of-the-art high-speed railway HS2 has begun work on what will be the UK’s longest railway bridge.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has announced the removal of toll plazas and resumption of the interchange reconstruction on New York State Thruway’s old ticketed system this week.
The excavation stage has been completed at Sydney’s new metro station at Barangaroo, 30 metres underground, as the huge contract goes to BESIX Watpac.
Demolition work has begun on the 100-year-old Tyne and Wear Metro train depot to give way for a £70m new modern home for the new Metro train fleet.
India's National High Speed Rail Corporation Limited (NHSRCL) has signed an MoU with Japan Railway Track Consultant Co. Limited (JRTC) for High-Speed Rail (HSR) Track works’ designs.
The Land Transport Authority (LTA) of Singapore has awarded the S$356m ($264.2m) civil contract to a joint venture (JV) between Taisei and the Singapore branch of China State Construction Engineering for the first phase of the Cross Island Line.
The Highways business of the UK-based construction firm Galliford Try has secured work on the final phase of the Grantham Southern Relief Road.
The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (Metro) has sought proposals to accelerate work on the Yellow Line bridge and tunnel rehabilitation project.
The Government of India has announced plans to construct a 31km long road to connect the upcoming Jewar International Airport in Noida with Delhi–Mumbai Expressway.
B.S.L. Infra consortium has secured a contract to construct Rail Baltica station and related infrastructure at the Riga international Airport.
Bidders have been sought for the £115m A9 Dualling programme, which will see around six miles of stretch between Tomatin and Moy being upgraded to dual carriageway from single carriageway.
UK-based civil engineering contractor Graham has been awarded a contract worth £124m from Highways England for improvement works on junction 28 of the M25.
Construction firm Hensel Phelps and Canadian design firm Stantec have been selected by the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) to design and deliver its new rail facility.
The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) of Dubai has announced 60% completion of the $554m Dubai-Al Ain Road project.
Transport for London (TfL) has announced the award of five new contracts to ensure safe and more sustainable journeys on London’s roads.
A joint venture (JV) between Geotechnical solutions specialist, Keller Group and VSL International (KVJV) has secured a £167m contract for geotechnical work on HS2.