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Transurban Sept Quarter Average Daily Traffic Down 12.4%
Transurban Group Announces Westconnex Acquisition With A$4.2 BLN Equity Raising
Transurban Group Updates On Maryland Express Lanes Project
Transurban Group is an Australia-based toll-road operator. The Company builds and operates toll roads in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane, as well as in Greater Washington, United States, and Montreal, Canada. It is also engaged in research and development of tolling and transport technology. Its road and project in Melbourne include CityLink and the West Gate Tunnel Project. The roads and projects in Sydney encompass Cross City Tunnel, Eastern Distributor, Hills M2, Lane Cove Tunnel, M5 East, M5 Southwest, NorthConnex, WestConnex M4, WestConnex M8, Westlink M7 and WestConnex Project. The roads and projects of Brisbane consist of AirportlinkM7, Clem7, Gateway Motorway, Go Between Bridge, Legacy Way, Logan Motorway, Inner City Bypass, Toowoomba Bypass and Logan Enhancement Project. The roads and projects of North America include 95 Express Lanes, 395 Express Lanes, 495 Express Lanes, Fredericksburg Extension Project and 495 Express Lanes Northern Extension Project.
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Lindsay Philip Maxsted
Independent Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
Chief Financial Officer
President - North America
Chief Executive Officer - WestConnex
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A consortium led by Australia's Transurban Group will pay A$11.1 billion ($8.06 billion) for a near half stake of the country's longest auto tunnel network, giving it full ownership of the asset and dominance of Sydney's toll road network.
Australian shares were unchanged in early trade on Thursday as gains in gold and mining stocks were offset by losses in tech and industrials, while domestic jobs data showed a rise from January.
* Local media reports Queensland state set to end virus curbs
* Miners see biggest one-day gain in a month (Updates to close)
Australian shares fell on Thursday, dragged down by losses in banks and utilities stocks, as a series of poor earnings forecasts fanned fears of more financial pain from the COVID-19 crisis.
* Victoria reports record rise in COVID-19 cases and deaths (Updates to close)
The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2000 GMT on Wednesday:
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