The national infrastructure sector welcomes the Victorian Coalition’s plan to rebuild Victoria’s regional and country rail network.
The Marshall Government’s first budget has delivered a 21 per cent boost to infrastructure funding, with more than $8.6 billion dedicated to new roads, rail, schools and hospitals right across the state.
NSW taxpayers are once again reaping the rewards of the Berejiklian Government’s Asset Recycling programme, securing a landmark $9.3 billion today for the 51 per cent divestment of Sydney Motorway Corporation (SMC).
The national infrastructure sector welcomes the Andrews Government’s Suburban Rail Loop announcement, says industry think tank .
For the second year running NSW is leading the nation in infrastructure investment, with Victoria moving to second place and WA coming in last according to our 2018 Australian Infrastructure Budget Monitor.
The infrastructure sector has welcomed the Andrews Government’s $5bn commitment to build the Melbourne Airport Rail Link.
Queensland’s major political parties are rejecting reality by ruling out the Australian Competition and
Consumer Commission’s proposal to split and sell state-owned power generations to cut electricity prices.
Industry think tank, Infrastructure Partnerships Australia welcomes the announcement from Victorian Opposition Leader, Matthew Guy that a Liberal Nationals Coalition will support the continued development of the North East Link and West Gate Tunnel, alongside a recommitment to the East West Link.
Today’s Prioritising Reform: Progress on the 2016 Australian Infrastructure Plan report released by Infrastructure Australia today shows that progress is being made, but there is still much more to do to deliver modern services for a growing Australia.
The NSW Government has spent big on infrastructure in their 2018-19 Budget, with over $87 billion in funding off the back of prudent budget management and continued windfall gains from asset recycling, says industry think tank Infrastructure Partnerships Australia.
The 2018-19 Queensland Budget has delivered a welcome focus on infrastructure, with Treasurer Jackie Trad turning around the trend decline in infrastructure funding with more than $29 billion dedicated to road, rail, school, and hospital projects over the next four years, says industry think tank Infrastructure Partnerships Australia.
IPA's Chief Executive, Adrian Dwyer, speech from the Australian Financial Review - Infrastructure Summit.