Queensland Government reports on election commitments During the 2017 Queensland Government Election, the ALP made a number of commitments to fund infrastructure in Logan – many elements of which were part of our Fair Share 4 Logan campaign. The Queensland Government has now released its report on delivery of those commitments. It’s attached here. This
Outer suburbs left behind by lack of public transport access Growing communities on the outskirts of our major cities are being left behind by a lack of access to public transport, according to a new report from Infrastructure Australia, the nation’s independent infrastructure advisor. The newest release in Infrastructure Australia’s Reform Series, Outer Urban Public
How did logan do in the Queensland Government 2018-19 Budget? Through the Fair Share 4 Logan platform, the Logan community has made clear requests around infrastructure needs across our city. The Queensland Government has responded with a number of projects funded in the 2018-19 Budget. See how we did: Logan Regional Action Plan.
Mayor thanks candidates for pledging a FairShare4Logan City of Logan Mayor Luke Smith has thanked the major parties and independent candidates contesting local State Election seats for acknowledging it’s time for the Logan community to receive its fair share of transport and social infrastructure. Combined, the ALP, LNP and One Nation have made commitments