Infrastructure Australia is an independent statutory body with a mandate to prioritise and progress nationally significant infrastructure. We provide independent research and advice to all levels of government as well as investors and owners of infrastructure.
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The report summarises the results of detailed transport network modelling undertaken by Veitch Lister Consulting on behalf of Infrastructure Australia for the 2019 Australian Infrastructure Audit. The modelling was undertaken for the nation’s six largest urban conurbations, defined as an extended urban area.
Prioritising Reform: Progress on the 2016 Australian Infrastructure Plan provides an update on the progress of infrastructure reform in Australia against the recommendations in the 2016 Australian Infrastructure Plan.
Corridor Protection: Planning and investing for the long term is the third paper of Infrastructure Australia’s Reform Series advising Australian governments to take urgent action in the next five years to protect vital infrastructure corridors,
Improving Public Transport: Customer Focused Franchising is the second paper of Infrastructure Australia’s Reform Series. It focuses on improving customers’ experience by exposing operation of government-owned bus and rail services to a competitive tender process, and selecting the best operator to provide services.
Capturing Value: Advice on making value capture work in Australia is the first of Infrastructure Australia’s Reform Series. It provides guidance to governments and the private sector on how value capture can be applied in the Australian context.
The first Australian Infrastructure Plan provides a positive reform and investment roadmap for Australia. The Plan sets out the infrastructure challenges and opportunities Australia faces over the next 15 years and the solutions required to drive
The Australian Infrastructure Audit takes a strategic approach to assessing our nation's infrastructure needs. It examines the drivers of future infrastructure demand, particularly population and economic growth.