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The Australian Government announced an additional $15.2 billion for infrastructure projects in Tuesday's Federal Budget.
The New South Wales Government’s proposal for a second Sydney Harbour tunnel to ease congestion on one of the city’s busiest growth corridors has been deemed a national priority by Infrastructure Australia.
Infrastructure Australia Chief of Infrastructure Assessment, David Tucker, spoke at Water Services Association of Australia's session at the Ozwater conference in Adelaide on 5 May 2021. He highlighted how unprecedented infrastructure demand, severe drought and other environmental changes have called for a particular focus on forward thinking resilience strategies in the water sector.
The establishment Infrastructure NT gives effect to the Territory Economic Reconstruction Commission’s recommendation to establish a strategic infrastructure planning and development function that plans for, coordinates and aligns infrastructure needs with industry and population growth.
Infrastructure Australia has released new guiding principles to promote sustainability across the infrastructure sector and ensure major investments deliver the best outcomes for the community.
Today, I’m happy to share with you our Sustainability Principles, which explain Infrastructure Australia’s approach to sustainability and how sustainability informs our work program.
We are enhancing the Infrastructure Priority List to ensure our advice on national priorities and opportunities for investment is clear and easy to understand.
Industry consultation is now closed for Infrastructure Australia’s Regional Strengths and Gaps project.
Infrastructure Australia CEO Romilly Madew AO spoke at the Growing Regional Australia - Regional population and infrastructure panel in Canberra on 17 March 2021. Her remarks focused on the challenges and opportunities in regional infrastructure investment; highlighting gaps in service delivery between major cities and regional areas as a barrier to the regionalisation agenda.
Infrastructure Australia has completed its independent evaluation of the business cases for North Coast Connect and Sydney Metro Western Sydney Airport.