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.
2011, 2014, 2019
, Cities, National Connectivity, Port, Public Affairs, Reform
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 Victorian Government's proposal to widen and introduce managed motorways on the M2 road corridor from Melbourne Airport through to the M1. The project will improve travel time and reliability to Melbourne Airport.
The Bingara Accord agreement between the Gwydir Shire Council and the National Infrastructure Coordinator of Infrastructure Australia is aimed at improving regional roads. This document contains the text of that agreement.
Infrastructure Australia's report to the Council of Australian Governments, Communicating the Imperative for Action, outlines the areas that Infrastructure Australia will focus its efforts in over four-year period following the release of the report. The report discusses issues affecting cities, water, energy, freight, broadband and Indigenous infrastructure.
This report sets out priorities and actions for the national ports strategy, which was developed by Infrastructure Australia and the National Transport Commission following extensive consultation and engagement with stakeholders.
This document introduces the National Urban Policy — a long-term framework to guide policy development and public and private investment in cities. It outlines the Australian Government's objectives and directions for cities over coming decades.
This report sets out an Urban Design Protocol, which is the result of two years of collaboration between peak community and industry organisations and governments at all levels. It represents a commitment to best practice urban design and quality living spaces in Australia.