Infrastructure Australia commissioned a number of reports to add to the information available for developing the 2015 Australian Infrastructure Audit. These reports are provided below.
Population Estimates and Projections: Australian Infrastructure Audit Background Paper, April 2015
(PDF: 3.03 MB)
This paper consolidates a range of demographic data, including estimates of current population and projections of population in the future. The paper provides context for the projections that have been used in the modelling for the Audit.
Infrastructure: Aspirations and Goals: Australian Infrastructure Audit Background Paper, March 2015
(PDF: 998.81 KB)
This paper consolidates the high-level aspirations that state/territory governments and other stakeholders hold for the country. These aspirations provide context for the Audit, and the subsequent 15 year infrastructure plan.
Nationally Significant Infrastructure: National Economic Analysis, December 2014
(PDF: 24.59 MB)
This report by ACIL Allen presents the results of economic modelling undertaken for the Audit. It includes details of ACIL Allen's Direct Economic Contribution analysis, which is one of the economic indicators which informs the Audit.
Urban Transport Infrastructure: National Economic Analysis, December 2014
(PDF: 6.78 MB)
This report by ACIL Allen presents the results of economic modelling of urban transport infrastructure in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide and Canberra. It informs ACIL Allen's report on Nationally Significant Infrastructure.
Reports by Veitch Lister Consulting
These reports present the results of transport modelling undertaken by the consultant for Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide and Canberra. These reports inform ACIL Allen's report on Urban Transport Infrastructure.
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