The Year That Was

  • Armadale Road to North Lake Road Bridge wins at Master Builders Association Excellence in Constructive Awards
  • Upgraded Coolgardie-Esperance Highway at Emu Rocks opens to traffic
  • Staged opening of Leach Highway bridge over Welshpool Road
  • Hosted Curtin University’s Girls in Engineering Tomorrow program
  • LGBTQIA+ Ally network launched
  • New joint Main Roads & Transport office opens in Geraldton Gordon River South - upgrades to section of Albany Highway completed
  • Gordon River South – upgrades to section of Albany Highway completed
  • Civil Construction Industry Employment Sustainability Forum held to attract skilled people to deliver civil construction projects
  • Four Awards received at Civil Contractors Federation WA Earth Awards
  • Wheatbelt Region transitions to delivery of maintenance and some minor capital works in-house
  • Matagarup Bridge dynamic load testing undertaken
  • Mid-West Gascoyne transitions to delivery of maintenance and some minor capital works in house
  • Australasian College of Road Safety recognises the Low- Cost Urban Road Safety Program
  • Celebrating 10 years since the opening of the Heavy Vehicle Services Help Desk, it averages 32,000 calls per year servicing the freight industry
  • ITS Masterplan and Roadmap 2022-23 released
  • Hay Street Bridge and Mandurah Bridge receive recognition for delivered outstanding bridge structures and design at Austroads Bridge Awards
  • Outback Way project recognised by Institute of Public Administration Australia WA (IPAA WA) award for Best Practice in Corporate Social Values
  • Albany Ring Road hits 50% completion
  • Mitchell Freeway Extension project participates in Blue Tree Project supporting conversations around mental health
  • Staged reopening of Great Northern Highway following repairs after damage from Cyclone Ellie
  • First Extra Low Voltage (ELV) traffic signal on Roberts Road, in Subiaco
  • Coolgardie - Esperance Highway Upgrade Project complete
  • Ground breaking for Causeway Pedestrian and Cyclist Bridges project
  • Road Train Domain campaign launched providing guidance on sharing the road with long vehicles
  • Contract for replacement of three bridges from Halls Creek to Kununurra awarded
  • Redcliffe Bridge, one of the busiest in the state turned 35
  • Annual Report recognised with four awards at the IPAA WA WS Lonnie Awards, including Best Annual Report of the Year
  • Construction on causeway access to Fitzroy River Bridge begins
  • Support and traffic management for High Voltage event in Fremantle
  • Annual Report recognised as the best in Australasia at the Australasian Reporting Awards gala event taking out Report of the Year
  • Work starts on Halls Creek to Kununurra Bridges project replacing three single lane bridges
  • Regional Road Safety Program recognised by the Australian Road Safety Foundation at the 12th Annual Australian Road Safety Awards