Roads are important to man’s life. They lead people to different places and see different things which their hearts are desiring to see for so long. Also, roads are serving as constant reminder to everyone that we all have our own roads to tackle. Now, there are various kinds of roads that we see whenever we are going out, going to the beach for example. Some of these kinds of roads that are commonly filled with a huge number of land motor vehicles that are passing on them on a daily basis are expressways, freeways, national roads that are usually found in urbanized areas and of course, the thousands of side streets which can be taken by drivers who want to avoid getting stuck in the traffic jam along the main roads especially during rush hour both in the morning and, in the early evening. Now, it’s the sole responsibility of the national government, together with the local government of the cities and municipalities and, with the continuous help of the private sector, to make sure that all roads are safe to be used by all sorts of land motor vehicles because as we can see, more and more cars are going out there and it means that more roads are needed to be built and regularly be allowed to undergo road sawing in Brisbane to make sure that they are well-maintained.
And of speaking of road sawing in Brisbane in Down Under Australia, the local government of Brisbane, through its city council, will be allotting a whopping 1 billion Australian Dollars which is already 1/3 of the city’s 3 billion Dollar budget, for the repair works that are needed to be done in the city’s roads. This will include works for 39 major road projects, 250 minor projects and, resurfacing of the 650 streets around the city. In fact, 650 million Dollars alone will be spent for the continuous upgrades works along Kingsford Smith Drive that are expected to be completed by 2018. Also included in the line-up of major roads works is the four-laning of the Inner City Bypass which costs 60 million Dollars.