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This submission by the Office of the National Infrastructure Coordinator to the Productivity Commission Inquiry into Public Infrastructure addresses a number of key factors considered necessary to ensure the effective delivery of infrastructure services over both the short and long term. It outlines a number of proposed reforms for the efficient and effective selection, delivery and operation of economic infrastructure.
This report examines the impact that technology can have on traffic congestion management. It argues that, given the infrastructure deficit and budgetary constraints, governments could invest in low-cost initiatives to improve the existing transport
This assessment brief outlines the Victorian Government's proposal for a new metro-style rail line that will provide 17 additional train services across Melbourne. The project will create six independent lines on the Melbourne network and introduce metro-style services across the network.
This assessment brief outlines the Victorian Government's plan to upgrade the Intelligent Transport System (which manages information, communication and control systems to manage traffic flows) on the Monash Freeway (M1) between High Street and Warrigal Road.
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 South Australian Government's plan for a package of bus priority measures, transit zones and interchange upgrades on the Eastâ€“West Bus Corridor in Adelaide. The project will improve the efficiency and service quality of existing bus services on the eastâ€“west (including the north-east) mass transit corridor and thereby increase public transport patronage. The South Australian Government is seeking $174.3 million in Commonwealth funding for the project.