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18 February 2021
Over the next 4 years Western Australia will see an additional $868 million spent by the federal government on road and rail projects as part of the national infrastructure stimulus package.
With the increase in funding several key existing project will be brought forward, including Bunbury Outer Ring Road, Albany Ring Road, Karratha to Tom Price Corridor, Tonkin Highway Gap and Port Augusta to Perth corridor.
With the extra money new projects like the Lakelands train station and Mitchell Freeway southbound have also been given the green light.
The states premier, Mark McGowan said that the package is expected to create about 1000 jobs.