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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On 18 October 2018, Infrastructure Australia added the North East Link project to the Infrastructure Priority List as a High Priority Project.
Assessment Status
High Priority Project
Evaluation Date
18 October 2018
State:
Victoria
On 19 July 2017, Infrastructure Australia has retained Cross River Rail as a High Priority Initiative on the Infrastructure Priority List. Infrastructure Australia has not included the current proposal for Cross River Rail as a Project on the Infrastructure Priority List at this time. 
Assessment Status
High Priority Initiative
Evaluation Date
19 July 2017
State:
Queensland
On 9 December 2016, Infrastructure Australia added the Melbourne Metro project as a High Priority Project on the Infrastructure Priority List.
Assessment Status
High Priority Project
Evaluation Date
09 December 2016
State:
Victoria
In 2011, Infrastructure Australia moved the Cross River Rail project in Brisbane from ‘Real Potential’ (June 2010), to ‘Threshold’ on the Infrastructure Priority List.
Assessment Status
Threshold
State:
Queensland
In 2012, Infrastructure Australia moved the Cross River Rail (CRR) project in Brisbane from ‘Threshold’ (June 2011) to ‘Ready to Proceed’ on the Infrastructure Priority List.
Assessment Status
Ready to Proceed
State:
Queensland
In 2013, Infrastructure Australia assessed the Brisbane Cross River Rail project as ‘Ready to Proceed’ on the Infrastructure Priority List.
Assessment Status
Ready to Proceed
State:
Queensland
In 2012, Infrastructure Australia recommended the Melbourne Metro initiative be rated as ‘Real Potential’ on the Infrastructure Priority List.
Assessment Status
Real Potential
State:
Victoria
In 2013, Infrastructure Australia recommended that the Melbourne Metro project be included on the 2013 Infrastructure Priority List as ‘Threshold’, upon three conditions.
Assessment Status
Threshold
State:
Victoria