PM's infrastructure boost by the numbers

Daniel McCulloch
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SCOTT MORRISON INFRASTRUCTURE ANNOUNCEMENT

Prime Minister Scott Morrison (L) has announced $3.8 billion in national infrastructure projects

SCOTT MORRISON'S INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENT BY THE NUMBERS

* $3.8 billion will be spent on national infrastructure projects over the next four years

* Almost half of the money - $1.8 billion - will be spent by the end of 2020

* The prime minister has announced deals with Queensland, Western Australia and South Australia to fast-track road and rail projects

* Every state and territory is expected to benefit, with more announcements due in coming days

MONEY BROUGHT FORWARD FOR QUEENSLAND PROJECTS

* $225.6 million for Bruce Highway upgrades

* $94.3 million for Pacific Motorway upgrades

* $118.5 million for other road projects in Townsville and Toowoomba

NEW FUNDING FOR QUEENSLAND PROJECTS

* $446.3 million over four years for road upgrades including exits on the M1 Interchange

* $157 million for the Gold Coast light rail

* $50 million from next year to relocate Loganlea Station

* $20 million from next year for the Port of Brisbane connection

* $10 million from next year for a business case on the Salisbury to Beaudesert rail line

MONEY BROUGHT FORWARD FOR WEST AUSTRALIAN PROJECTS

* $284 million for the Bunbury Outer Ring Road

* $160 million for Tonkin Highway Gap

* $157 million for the Karratha to Tom Price Corridor

* $83 million for the Albany Ring Road

* $41 million for the Newman to Katherine Corridor

* $41 million for Port Augusta to Perth Corridor

* $36 million for the Alice Springs to Halls Creek Corridor

* $16 million for the Fremantle Traffic Bridge

NEW FUNDING FOR WEST AUSTRALIAN PROJECTS

* $38 million for the Mitchell Freeway

* $64 million for Lakelands Station

* $11.5 million to upgrade two intersections on the Great Eastern Highway

* $7.5 million for an intersection upgrade at Morley Drive and Wanneroo Road

* $7 million for an intersection upgrade at Apple Street on the Great Northern Highway

* $2 million an upgrade of the Reid Highway

MONEY BROUGHT FORWARD FOR SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PROJECTS

* $100 million for a rural roads safety package

* $87 million for a road corridor between Port Augusta and Perth

* $75 million to duplicate the Victor Harbour Road

* $50 million for the Horrocks Highway

NEW FUNDING FOR SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PROJECTS

* $87.5 million for the Darlington Upgrade

* $16 million for Flinders Link