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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.
This assessment brief outlines the Queensland Government's plan to modify existing road space for bus lanes to connect high-growth suburbs to the metropolitan public transport network and CBD. The new bus lanes will improve access to jobs, education and services.
This assessment brief outlines the Queensland Government's plan for the core Cross River Rail project. The project will provide the necessary infrastructure to support the transformation of Brisbane into Australia's third internationally competitive city and support critical freight networks. An updated capital cost of $4,445 million was announced publicly by the Queensland Government in late June 2012. The Queensland Government is seeking $3.33 billion of Commonwealth funding for the project.
This assessment brief outlines the Queensland Government's plan to upgrade the Ipswich Motorway between Rocklea and Darra. The upgrade will improve travel times and reliability for freight travelling on the Ipswich Motorway between Rocklea and Darra. The Rocklea to Darra section of the Ipswich Motorway is the final stage of the six-stage upgrade of the Ipswich Motorway. This is the first time Infrastructure Australia has received a submission for the sixth stage, Rocklea to Darra. The Queensland Government is seeking $558 million in Commonwealth funding for the project.
This assessment brief outlines the Queensland Government's plan for upgrades to the Gateway Motorway North. The upgrades will combat traffic congestion, poor separation of local trips and freight movements, and high crash rates on the Gateway Motorway North.
On 19 July 2017, Infrastructure Australia has retained Cross River Rail as a High Priority Initiative on the Infrastructure Priority List. Infrastructure Australia has not included the current proposal for Cross River Rail as a Project on the Infrastructure Priority List at this time.