Cross River Rail

At the heart of this year’s 2017-18 State Budget was a commitment to fund the delivery of Cross River Rail. This $5.4B city building project means for Nudgee commuters a reduction in travel times to the City of up to 8 minutes on the Caboolture line, and a train on average every 6 minutes during peak periods on the Shorncliffe line. I am proud to be a Member of this Labor State Government who has had the courage and vision to commit to such an exciting and vital infrastructure project for Queensland.

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The Queensland Government has announced the Advancing Clean Energy School (ACES) Program this week, which will see 5 state schools in the Nudgee Electorate receive solar panels and other energy efficient initiatives.

Boondall, Northgate, Nundah and Virginia State Schools, as well as Earnshaw State College, will be receiving their solar power through the program which will be rolled out over 3 years.

The ACES program will deliver huge savings on schools’ energy costs, reduce their carbon footprint, and is an important step towards Queensland’s 50 percent renewable energy target by the year 2030.

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