The Department of Infrastructure, Planning and Logistics has engaged civil infrastructure engineering specialist, GHD, to look at how motorists use the available parking and to address current and future parking demand.
This year’s Department of Infrastructure, Planning and Logistics (DIPL) show display offers a 360° view of the virtual world.
On the first of July each year Territorians celebrate Territory Day, marking the commencement of Self Government in the Territory on 1 July 1978. The day is celebrated in a number of ways including the famous Territory Day fireworks.
In November 2016 the Northern Territory coroner handed down his findings into a boating fatality that occurred at Salt Water Arm near the mouth of the Adelaide River in May 2016, the result of which was that a Victorian man was tipped into the water and drowned.
The Northern Territory Government is reviewing how signage and activities in road reserves are managed to ensure the safety of all road users.
The Northern Territory Government is seeking input for the development of a new Road Safety Action Plan for the Territory.
The Northern Territory Government has engaged local civil engineering company Byrne Consultants to investigate and develop design options for a long-term traffic management solution for the Stuart Highway between Virginia Road and Henning Road in Coolalinga.
Our annual Family Fun Day will be held this year on Saturday 8 April, 9am - 12pm at the Parap Road Safety Centre (24 Holtze St, Parap) in Darwin.
As part of the Gateway Shopping Centre development in Palmerston, the Midpul Cycle Bridge over the Stuart Highway will be closed for about 6 weeks from 6 February, weather dependent.
The Northern Territory Government is once again in partnership with Skinnyfish Music to run the Road Safety Short Film Competition for the 2017 Barunga festival.