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.
To find out more about how we evaluate projects, view our Assessment Framework.
The Bruce Highway is Queensland’s major north-south freight and commuter corridor. It connects coastal population centres from Brisbane to Cairns and forms a vital part of the National Land Transport Network.
The New England Highway is part of the inland Sydney to Brisbane corridor and the National Land Transport Network. It is a major freight and passenger route, carrying 26,000 vehicles, including more than 3,700 heavy vehicles, each day.