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$750M in funding announced to advance Beveridge Intermodal Precinct

The Australian Government has announced an additional $750 million in funding towards the delivery of Camerons Lane Interchange to help progress the Beveridge Intermodal Precinct in Victoria.

Last week, Prime Minister Anthony Albanese visited Beveridge to make the announcement, highlighting how the funding will ultimately enable the delivery of the Beveridge Intermodal Precinct which will act as a major freight and logistics hub in Melbourne’s north.

City of Whittlesea Chair of Administrators, Lydia Wilson, said the funding is key to enabling infrastructure for the important project in an area experiencing rapid growth.

“This investment in an important foundational piece of the project and will ensure job creation both now and into the future,” she said.

“We are pleased to see work continuing on this important regional project which will deliver an enormous boost to local employment.

“We will continue to work with National Intermodal, our neighbouring Councils and all levels of government to support this vital infrastructure project.”

In other news, the Western Australian Government has announced the completion of the Albany Ring Road, the biggest road infrastructure project ever undertaken in WA’s Great Southern region.

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