|Funding Program:||Investment Road and Rail Program
|Expected Start/Finish:||Mid 2016 - Early 2020
|Estimated Project Cost:||$23,174,118
|Australian Government Contribution:||$23,174,118
|Corridor:||Perth - Darwin, Brisbane - Darwin
The National Network Fatigue Management and Safety Initiatives are part of the $77 million Northern Territory Roads Package.
The initiatives include intersection upgrades and construction of new rest areas and truck parking bays on the Stuart Highway, Victoria Highway and the Barkly Highway.
The projects will assist in improving safety on Northern Territory highways by providing additional rest opportunities to heavy vehicle operators and tourists and by upgrading intersections where safety issues exist.
The Australian Government is providing up to $23.17 million towards this project, including $15.67 million towards the Stuart Highway Upgrade from the Motor Vehicle Registry in Alice Springs to the Herbert Heritage Drive intersection.
Works are nearing completion on this package of works. The final section in this package is the upgrade of the Stuart Highway from the Motor Vehicle Registry entrance in Alice Springs to the Herbert Heritage Drive intersection, which is expect to be completed in early 2020.
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Project details last updated: 14/11/2019