The Commonwealth Government is investing in regional priority projects across Durack supporting local jobs, businesses and the resilience of local economies to help communities bounce back from the COVID-19 pandemic. The Federal Member for Durack, the Hon. Melissa Price said the exciting developments planned have been made possible under the latest funding round of the Commonwealth’s $2.5 billion Local Roads and Community Infrastructure (LRCI) program.
This funding is flowing under the third phase of the LRCI program to local councils across Australia to improve their local road networks and deliver priority community infrastructure projects building on the $1.5 billion already approved to deliver more than 6,100 projects nationwide under the first two phases of this program.
The program not only delivers upgrades to local roads, but other important projects like security cameras, community halls, playgrounds, parks and sports facilities, as well as improved accessibility to public facilities.
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LRCI funding in Durack