|Funding Program:||Investment Road and Rail Program
|Expected Start/Finish:||Early 2010 - Late 2014
|Estimated Project Cost:||$61,603,453
|Australian Government Contribution:||$61,603,453
The National Highways Strengthening and Widening project was part of the $160 million Improve Flood Immunity, Road Safety and Productivity on Northern Territory highways project funded by the Australian Government.
This project strengthened and widened exisitng pavements that were approaching the end of their economic life on the Stuart, Victoria and Barkly Highways.
These road strengthening and widening improvements provided benefits to safety, reliability and travel times for the community, industry and other road users.
The Australian Government provided over $61.6 million to this project.
Works under this program were completed September 2014.
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Project details last updated: 27/09/2019