Victoria’s $670 million Ravenhall Prison Project has been named as Australia’s best infrastructure project at Infrastructure Partnerships Australia’s National Infrastructure Awards, in Melbourne tonight.
Ports NSW Chief Executive Marika Calfas has been recognised for her leadership in the infrastructure sector at the prestigious National Infrastructure Awards, convened by Infrastructure Partnerships Australia in Melbourne tonight.
The winners and finalists for each category in the 2018 National Infrastructure Awards.
The Productivity Commission’s Chairman Peter Harris has called on the Federal Government to advance reform on road user charging at Infrastructure Partnerships Australia 2018 Annual Infrastructure Oration and National Infrastructure Awards, insisting that a focus on the public interest is essential.
Tonight’s Federal Budget sees infrastructure funding reduced by $2 billion over the forward estimates, meaning less cash for projects and more congestion for commuters.
The Victorian Budget has set the pace for the nation, providing $40 billion of firm infrastructure funding built off the back of prudent financial management and the windfall proceeds of Victoria’s continued asset recycling programme, says peak body Infrastructure Partnerships Australia.
A new major report by Infrastructure Partnerships Australia calls on the Federal Government to establish an independent, world-leading freight body called Freight Performance Australia to arrest the decline in Australia’s trade competitiveness.
The national infrastructure sector welcomes today’s announcement from the Commonwealth Government that it will inject $5 billion into a rail link to Melbourne Airport, says Infrastructure Partnerships Australia.
For Victoria’s sake, the Parliament must not stop the West Gate Tunnel Project.
Using parliamentary processes to overturn planning decisions, for political reasons, would be irresponsible – and we all know from East West’s cancellation that it would negatively impact Victoria’s economy.
Today’s announcement that Transit Systems has won the right to operate public bus services in Sydney’s inner west will provide much-needed relief to commuters and NSW taxpayers, says Infrastructure Partnerships Australia.
Infrastructure Partnerships Australia Chairman Adrian Kloeden announced that Infrastructure Australia’s Executive Director and Head of Policy, Mr Adrian Dwyer, has been selected to replace long-serving CEO Brendan Lyon, who leaves in Quarter 2 2018.
The national infrastructure sector thanks outgoing Cabinet Minister Darren Chester, welcomes the
reappointment of Urban Infrastructure Minister Paul Fletcher and welcomes Barnaby Joyce to the Cabinet infrastructure portfolio, says Infrastructure Partnerships Australia.