Past Evaluations

The table below shows the projects and initiatives that Infrastructure Australia has previously evaluated. 

For each project, we publish a summary of our evaluation, which you can access in the table below. This outlines our assessment of the strategic fit of the project, the costs and benefits the project offers for Australians, and the deliverability of the project.

To see the projects we have positively evaluated as nationally significant priorities for Australia, explore the Infrastructure Priority List.

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The business case is for upgrading existing signalling and control systems on the Perth rail network to an integrated high-capacity signalling system, enabling more trains and improved reliability.

Evaluation Date
07 April 2020
State:
WA

The business case is for the construction of a new 21km rail line between Bayswater and Ellenbrook, to provide rapid transit access for communities, workers and tourists in this area.

Evaluation Date
07 April 2020
State:
WA
This is a proposal for the duplication of a 6 kilometre two-lane section of the Bruce Highway between Vickers Bridge and Shaw Road in the south west of Townsville.
Evaluation Date
07 April 2020
State:
Queensland
The business case considers constructing a pipeline between the Burdekin River and the Haughton pump station to supplement water supply for Townsville. A stage 1 pipeline, between the Haughton pump station and the Ross River Dam (via the Toonpan Outlet), is currently under construction.
Evaluation Date
20 February 2020
State:
Queensland

The proposal comprises the duplication of the remaining single-track section of the Port Botany Rail Line, and delivery of a new passing loop on the Southern Sydney Freight Line, to increase capacity, efficiency and reliability.

Evaluation Date
20 February 2020
State:
NSW
The North East Rail Line project is to upgrade rail track from Melbourne to Albury/Wodonga to a Victorian Class 2 performance standard. It includes upgrading supporting rail infrastructure.
Evaluation Date
03 December 2019
State:
Victoria
The Bindoon Bypass project is to construct a western bypass of Bindoon along the Great Northern Highway, in the Shire of Chittering, north-west of Perth. The bypass would be a two-lane highway, comprising 61.6 km of new highway and 4.4 km of improvements to the existing Great Northern Highway.
Assessment Status
Priority Project
Evaluation Date
03 December 2019
State:
WA
The Walkerston Bypass Project is for a 10-kilometre link between the Peak Downs Highway and the Mackay Ring Road to bypass Walkerston and provide a more efficient link from the northern Bowen Basin to Mackay. 
Assessment Status
Priority Project
Evaluation Date
03 December 2019
State:
Queensland
The 11km upgrade of the Bruce Highway has been added as a Priority Project on The Infrastructure Priority List.
Assessment Status
Priority Project
Evaluation Date
15 November 2019
State:
Queensland
The Nowra Bridge Project has been added to the Infrastructure Priority List as a Priority Project.
Assessment Status
Priority Project
Evaluation Date
23 August 2019
State:
NSW