Articulated Water Cart Hire in Deakin, ACT 2600

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23rd December 2014

ACT Light Rail Project Quick Links and Resources

Image source: Canberraairport.com.au In Canberra, ACT, a light rail network has been planned to link the City Centre and the expanding area of Gungahlin. The ACT Light Rail Project is estimated to cost around $700 million, and should be completed by 2019. Stage one of the project, Capital Metro, is the first stage of what will be a city-wide upgrade to public transport infrastructure which is sorely needed in Canberra now and in the future. With a high amount of Government spending on road infrastructure in the last decade, Canberra has one of the highest rates of car-dependence in Australia, and the known challenges of urban sprawl are being addressed in this public transport initiative, in an effort to maximise city living and allow transport options to be available to all residents of the city.

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7th August 2019

Water Cart Hire Rates & Prices Guide

What are typical Water Cart Hire Rates? Water Cart Hire Rates Water Cart (4,000 - 8000L) dry hire rate: $75 - $105 + GST Per Hour Water Cart (4,000 - 8000L) wet hire rate: $155 - $162 + GST Per Hour Water Cart (9,000 - 16,000L) dry hire rate: $85 - $120 + GST Per Hour Water Cart (9,000 - 16,000L) wet hire rate: $125 - $178 + GST Per Hour Water Cart (17,000 - 20,000L) dry hire rate: $112 - $130 + GST Per Hour Water Cart (17,000 - 20,000L) wet hire rate: $172 - $192 + GST Per Hour Water Cart (More than 20,000L) dry hire rate: $140 - $185 + GST Per Hour Water Cart (More than 20,000L) wet hire rate: $195 - $245 + GST Per Hour Nearly all Water Carts are priced exclusive of GST and based on an hourly rate. When looking for the best water cart hire rates, be sure to hire machines that are best meet the requirements for your job to minimise hire costs. While dry hire options are available and highly popular across large commercial sites, specialised licenses are required, making wet hire alternatives a great choice for local projects.

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5th December 2018

Multi-billion-dollar high-speed rail proposed for Regional NSW!

The current New South Wales Government has announced plans for four state-of-the-art fast rail routes connecting Sydney to a collection of growing population centres across regional NSW, along with a direct route to Canberra in the Australian Capital Territory.

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