Under Evaluation

The table below shows the business cases that Infrastructure Australia is currently evaluating.

In some cases, we may need to seek further information about a proposed project in order to complete our evaluation. When this happens, we will note in the table below that we are awaiting information, and during this time the evaluation will remain on hold.

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More Trains, More Services is a program of staged investments that will progressively transform Sydney’s rail network into a modern and reliable mass transit system using world-class digital technology.

Assessment Status
Under evaluation
Accepted for evaluation
28 January 2020
State:
NSW
The business case is for a western bypass of Parkes, as part of a Newell Highway upgrade program. It aims to enable access for high productivity vehicles, improve freight efficiency and reduce congestion and safety risks in the Parkes town centre.
Assessment Status
Under evaluation
Accepted for evaluation
16 June 2020
State:
NSW

This is a proposal for upgrading Canberra’s Commonwealth Avenue Bridge, one of two major crossings over Lake Burley Griffin that are vital to the capital’s transport network. The bridge was originally constructed in the early 1960s to a 1950s design.

Assessment Status
Under evaluation
Accepted for evaluation
20 March 2020
State:
ACT

The business case is for a new 16-kilometre motorway to connect the Western Sydney International Airport at Badgerys Creek with Sydney’s motorway network.

Assessment Status
Under evaluation
Accepted for evaluation
20 March 2020
State:
NSW
The business case is for the delivery of upgrades to the Gippsland Line to deliver additional services, improved reliability and resilience, and improved passenger experience.
Assessment Status
Under evaluation
Accepted for evaluation
03 February 2020
State:
Victoria
The business case is for a new railway line to service Greater Western Sydney and the new Western Sydney Airport. It includes new stations at the Western Sydney Airport and the Western Sydney Aerotropolis, as well as fully-automated driverless trains.
Assessment Status
Under evaluation
Accepted for evaluation
12 February 2020
State:
NSW