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.
This ministerial statement outlines the government's national approach to increasing the number of people in the community who walk, ride and use public transport. These modes of transport are referred to as ‘active travel’.
This paper outlines the potential benefits of transferring publicly held infrastructure to the private sector so that governments facing budgetary constraints can use the net proceeds to finance new infrastructure and overcome the infrastructure deficit in Australia.
Progress and Action is Infrastructure Australia's fourth annual report to the Council of Australian Governments. It presents current opportunities and challenges and recommends reforms in key areas of transport, water, energy and telecommunications. It also contains the infrastructure report card 2011–12 and the 2012 Infrastructure Priority List.
This paper updates Infrastructure Australia's 2011 National Land Freight Strategy discussion paper, which proposed the establishment of a national land freight strategy — a partnership between the Commonwealth, state, territory and local governments and industry to drive efficient and sustainable freight logistics.
This report by Infrastructure Australia was requested by the Minister for Infrastructure and Transport. It examines various matters in the Tasmanian shipping industry, including trends and developments, the operation of the Tasmanian Freight Equalisation Scheme and other assistance mechanisms, port and logistics structures, implications of developments in Tasmanian and Victorian ports, recent relevant analysis and research in the area.