The Department of Transportation is projected to spend almost $410 million in the coming year on bridges, highways, buildings and equipment.
There is an increase to $25 million from about $8 million for work on provincially designated highways within municipalities, while nearly $20 will be spent to begin twinning a section of Route 11 near Shediac.
The Health Department will spend over $60 million on capital projects including $1.3 million for a mental health treatment centre for youth.
The Department of Education's $96 million capital spending plan will see work begin on 10 new projects including schools in Miramichi and Dieppe, and work will continue on 14 existing capital projects.
During 2015-16, two schools will close in Woodstock and Campbellton, while three new schools will open in Quispamsis, Geary and Fredericton.