Infrastructure projects for Central Canberra will support economic activity and jobs within the industry. These projects promote activity to create a healthier community and improve facilities and living standards in the community to build a fairer and more equitable city.
There are also projects that assist in up-skilling and educating our community and improve the amenity of our city to make Canberra a more liveable and accessible place to reside and work.
Capital initiatives currently funded include:
A Fairer Canberra
- $4 million for the New Supreme Court (Design).
- $1 million for Courts Security Upgrade.
- $0.650 million for the Replacement of Canberra Seniors Centre (Design).
- $0.350 million for Civic Childcare Centre (Feasibility).
A Strong Diverse Economy
- $288 million for Transport for Canberra – Majura Parkway.
- $42 million for Constitution Avenue.
- $14.7 million for Transport for Canberra – Parkes Way Widening.
- $2.870 million for Watson – Stormwater Upgrade – Aspinall Street Block 2, Section 95.
- $1 million for Barton – Intersection Upgrades – Darling Street, Section 22.
A More Liveable City
- $18.5 million for the Monaro Highway Duplication.
- $13.870 million for Accelerating Replacing Stormwater Drains with Wetlands.
- $12 million for Canberra CBD Upgrade Program.
- $8.5 million for Transport for Canberra – Belconnen to City Transitway Stage 1 (Barry Drive Sector).
- $8.2 million for Transport for Canberra – Canberra Avenue Bus Priority Measures.
- $8.150 million for the Shopping Centre Upgrade Program – Red Hill and Lyons.
- $7.5 million for Inner North Stormwater Reticulation Network.
- $7.170 million for Government Office Accommodation and Relocation Fitout.
- $7 million for Transport for Canberra – Barry Drive and Clunies Ross Street Intersection Upgrades.
- $5 million for Narrabundah Long Stay Park – Symonston.
- $4.3 million for Canberra CBD Upgrade Stage 2 – Merry-go-round and Veterans’Park.
- $3.9 million for the Fitters’ Workshop Kingston Foreshore.
- $3.180 million for the Street Theatre Extension.
- $3.109 million Canberra Theatre Centre Upgrades.
- $2.5 million for the City Action Plan Stage 1 – Edinburgh Avenue Improvements.
- $2.341 million for Jerrabomberra Wetlands Infrastructure Improvements.
- $2 million for Transport for Canberra – Improvements to City Bus Services and Facilities.
- $1.720 million for East Lake Sustainable Urban Renewal.
- $1.5 million for the construction of Transport for Canberra – Barton Bus Station.
- $1.270 million for the Glassworks and other Arts Facilities – Fire Systems Improvements.
- $1 million for Kingston – Wentworth Avenue Pavement Rehabilitation.
- $1 million for Australia Forum.
- $0.983 million for the Upgrade of Commonwealth Park (Floriade).
- $0.950 million for Transport for Canberra – Northbourne Avenue Bus Priority Measures.
- $0.835 million for the Chamber Roof and Facade Replacement at the Legislative Assembly.
- $0.750 million for the Revitalisation of Civic and Braddon (Design).
- $0.750 million for Red Hill – Astrolabe Street Traffic Management Measures.
- $0.6 million for East Lake – Preliminary Earthworks (Feasibility).
- $0.5 million for Transport for Canberra – City Area Bus Layover Facility (Design) – ESDD Planning.
- $0.4 million for Transport for Canberra – City Path Lighting.
- $0.360 million for Fyshwick – Stormwater Augmentation Stage 3 (Design).
- $0.3 million for the Inner North – Off Leash Dog Park.
- $0.3 million for Invasive Environmental Weed Control – Lake Burley Griffin.
- $0.3 million for Canberra Museum and Gallery and Historic Places.
- $0.250 million for East Lake – Planning and Design Framework Implementation (Feasibility).
- $0.230 million for Glebe Park Pavement Replacement.
- $0.2 million for Transport for Canberra – Freeway Bus Stops on Adelaide Avenue (Feasibility).
- $0.2 million for Kingston Foreshore Parking (Design).
- $0.180 million for Red Hill Nature Reserve Remediation.
- $0.1 million for East Lake – Gas Main Relocation near Monaro Highway (Feasibility).
- $0.051 million for the Canberra Theatre Centre.
Educated And Skilled Community
- $5.3 million for Red Hill Primary School Expansion
- $4.4 million for the North Watson Development – Majura Primary School Expansion.
Healthier and More Active Community
- $8.6 million for the Lyneham Sports Precinct Development – Stage 1
- $8.5 million for the Lyneham Precinct – Regional Tennis and Sports Centre – Stage 2
- $5.347 million for the Manuka Oval Lighting Upgrade.
- $4.6 million for the Lyneham Precinct Redevelopment Stage 3.
- $4 million for the Restoration of Sportsgrounds – Watson, Weetangera and Bonython.
- $3.1 million for Lyneham Precinct – Asbestos Remediation.
- $3 million Grant for Development of a New Basketball Centre and Player Amenities.
- $1.152 million for the Manuka Oval Redevelopment (Design)
- $1.050 million for Improvements to Griffith Oval
- $0.5 million for the Motorsports Fund – Capital Improvements to Fairbairn Park (Design).