Communications Infrastructure is the Future of Business Communications infrastructure is best understood as the technology, products and network connections that allow for the transmission of communications over large distances. From single-purpose networks, to the advent of converged, multi-purpose networks, the category is continually evolving. As new infrastructure capabilities emerge, they enable the use of cutting-edge technologies to power business innovation.
The program has reduced the risk of crashes at these locations through measures such as traffic lights, roundabouts, signage and edge sealing.
Northern Australia Beef Roads Program Funding is yet to commence for targeted upgrades to key cattle roads, to improve the reliability, productivity and resilience of cattle supply chains in northern Australia.
During the year, planning for the delivery of six Beef Roads projects commenced. During the year, four Northern Australia Roads projects were underway.
This included additional funding for significant road projects, the National Highway Upgrade Program and Black Spot projects. The Victorian Government is providing matching funding towards the agreed commitments. The Government has also been advised by the WA Government that the remaining Building Australia Fund project, Oakajee Port Common User Services, will not proceed and the committed equity contribution is no longer required.
Neither of these projects received funding in — Our key milestones were met and are set out below. The private sector was invited to register its interest in the design, construction, delivery and financing of the project.
Consultation through the Project Reference Group throughout —17 provided valuable local community input on the Inland Rail alignment. The Department worked closely with the ARTC to deliver each of these milestones and move this transformational project forward. The program, which provides funding for measures such as traffic signals and roundabouts at dangerous locations, has been running continuously in all states and territories since The intersection was nominated for funding because of its crash history—congestion was a known issue at the site during peak times, sometimes-triggering risky motorist behaviour.
Works involved building a two-lane roundabout, including line markings, and installing lighting and signage. Anyone can nominate a site for Black Spot funding.
Further information is available at investment. Transport Security In —17, the Department continued to ensure Australia's transport systems remain effective in the face of an ever-changing security environment.
This was done through compliance, review, implementation and engagement activities. The overarching consideration in undertaking this work was ensuring regulatory regimes are based on risk and threat—upholding security while minimising administrative burden on industry.
Regulatory review and implementation In —17, regulatory amendments were made to: The Department implemented new regulatory arrangements for regulated air cargo agents and accredited air cargo agents and established a Known Consignor scheme.
The Department has approved a range of businesses as Known Consignors as they were able to demonstrate they can secure cargo along their supply chain to the aircraft.
In response to terror attacks at Brussels and Istanbul airports, the Department conducted a review of the security of public areas at airports landside.
The review ensured that security arrangements were effective and has led to the development of new industry guidance on protecting crowded places in landside areas. Engagement Engagement activities during —17 included: The activities focused on the improvement of quality control processes, and the development and implementation of corrective action plans.
This package supports industry by providing a practical resource to build and maintain security awareness among workers. Guidance centre established for industry The Department established a dedicated guidance centre to respond to enquiries from industry on their transport security regulatory requirements.
The centre's purpose is to help industry improve the quality of their transport security regulatory submissions and to assist industry to better meet their regulatory requirements.
The centre provides nationally consistent information over the phone or email and through improved guidance materials published on the Department's website. The centre actively engages with industry when there are regulatory changes that affect their security operations, to ensure they have the most up-to-date advice on regulatory requirements.
These arrangements are imposed on airlines by the US Government and require that all air cargo being transported to the US either be examined at piece-level box, carton, pallet or another deconsolidated form of cargoor originate from a Known Consignor.
The Australian Government has put in place a robust regulatory and compliance regime that is commensurate with these requirements while taking into account the unique characteristics of Australia's trade and transport systems. The new regulatory regime is the culmination of ongoing engagement between the Department and US TSA officials over a number of years.
The Department worked closely with Australian industry to ensure it was well positioned for the more stringent screening requirements through the introduction of both the EACE Notice and the Known Consignor scheme.
The EACE Notice provides for approved examination methods, techniques and equipment requirements for examination of US-bound air cargo at piece-level by both on and off-airport Regulated Air Cargo Agents.support local infrastructure needs as part of the Increase the capacity of the road network to support and allow the delivery of residential and employment development either proposed or permitted within the Ashford growth area.
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