As the worlds population and transport needs increase, integrated transport solutions are vital to addressing the challenges many cities face. Moving people and goods more efficiently, affordably, and sustainably in our cities is a future SAGE is proud to be investing in.
You can find our transport solutions on road ITS projects, rail, tunnel, ports and airports across Australia.
Choosing SAGE as a transport project partner ensures:
Major infrastructure projects
Ensuring an integrated delivery approach with civil contractors for road, rail and tunnel projects across Australia, SAGE enables smart and compliance-driven outcomes.
Improvement projects and services
SAGE has delivered improvements for some of the most advanced managed motorways, as well as signalling systems, asset upgrades and reliability improvements for ports, airports, and rail systems.
Operations and Maintenance
Our integrated asset management solutions consider whole-of-life costs, and balance this across the need for technology advancement in systems. With SAGE, you gain 24/7 service support, ongoing maintenance, and centralised management via our National Operations Centre.
Harness the latest technologies, including Addinsight, to reduce road congestion, improve traffic management systems and future-proof corridors, ensuring a whole-of-network solution.
SAGE awarded Tunnel Ventilation and Building Management Control Systems contract
SAGE is responsible for implementing delivery of automated control systems for the tunnel ventilation and building management system for Victoria’s largest public transport infrastructure project.
Photo: Courtesy Metro Tunnel
Delivering Victoria’s longest managed motorway project
Read how SAGE delivered the longest stretch of continuous managed motorway ever completed in a single Intelligent Transport System (ITS) project in Victoria.
Smart tunnel reduces congestion and whole-of-life costs
Adelaide’s O-Bahn bus tunnel saw SAGE provide a turnkey solution for the main works contractor, ensuring safe and efficient operation of a 670-metre tunnel and its approaches.