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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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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 report outlines how Infrastructure Australia aims to address the key infrastructure challenges facing the nation's transport, water, energy and communications infrastructure.
This discussion paper examines the benefits of a range of renewable transport technologies such as V2G, PHEVs and Smart Grids. It explains how, when used in combination, they can lead to even greater reductions in fossil fuel consumption and greenhouse gas emissions.
In 2011, Infrastructure Australia positively assessed the Adelaide Rail Freight – Goodwood and Torrens Rail Junctions project as Ready to Proceed, conditional upon four recommendations.
In 2011, Infrastructure Australia rated the Moorebank Intermodal Terminal initiative as ‘Threshold’ on the Infrastructure Priority List.