Media Releases
Tale of Two Cities: Brisbane, Sydney equal last on traffic – but Sydney for very different reasons
1 December 2017

Infrastructure Partnerships Australia’s Australian Travel Time Metric - Australia’s first regular measurement of actual road network performance using anonymised and aggregated Uber data –shows Brisbane joins Sydney with the worst traffic delays in the nation.

Melbourne Beating the Pack on Transport: IPA/Uber Report
1 December 2017

Infrastructure Partnerships Australia’s Australian Travel Time Metric - Australia’s first regular measurement of actual road network performance using anonymised and aggregated Uber data – shows Melbourne is the only Australian city with improving headline travel times – but with some mixed results under the hood.

Peak travel getting longer in Sydney: IPA/Uber Report
1 December 2017

Infrastructure Partnerships Australia’s Australian Travel Time Metric - Australia’s first regular measurement of actual road network performance using anonymised and aggregated Uber data -shows Sydney traffic delays are the longest in the country and getting longer – strengthening the case for ongoing investment and reform in transport infrastructure.

Perth Airport – CBD best performing road corridor in the country – but worrying signs of longer commutes: IPA/Uber Report
1 December 2017

Infrastructure Partnerships Australia’s Australian Travel Time Metric - Australia’s first regular measurement of actual road network performance using anonymised and aggregated Uber data –shows Perth’s CBD to airport journey has the lowest congestion of any major road in the country. 

Turnbull energy plan needs Labor, state, industry support
17 October 2017

The release of the Turnbull Government’s energy plan today is the best chance of a circuit breaker on energy policy said Infrastructure Partnerships Australia.

IPA CEO Brendan Lyon to Depart Quarter 2 2018, After 10 Successful Years
16 October 2017

IPA Chairman Adrian Kloeden announced today that long-serving chief executive, Brendan Lyon, will depart at the end of his contract in Quarter 2 next year, after 10 years as Chief Executive, to seek roles in business.

 

Investors Wary as Politics Trumps Projects: Latest Research
12 October 2017

Australia remains attractive to investors, but that reputation is now under material pressure, with investors spooked by rapid and unpredictable political interventions – say the findings of Infrastructure Partnerships Australia and Perpetual’s annual Australian Infrastructure Investment Report.

Transcript – Sir Rod Eddington AO
10 October 2017

Sir Rod Eddington AO addressed an IPA Industry Leader’s Luncheon in Melbourne on 5 October 2017.

 

Autonomous Vehicles: Taking the Right Road
27 September 2017

Autonomous Vehicles have fired the public and political imagination, but reality will lag without community trust in, and adoption of, AV technologies – and appropriate laws and systems to guide infrastructure upgrades over time - says a report released today by Infrastructure Partnerships Australia, Advisian and the University of NSW.

Latest Figures: Public Infrastructure to Rebound by $7.2 Billion – eclipses mining infrastructure
21 September 2017

The latest forecasts show Australia set to enjoy a $7.3 billion surge in transport and utilities infrastructure – the strongest growth in nearly a decade, and sees overall construction activity set to expand for the first time in four years – according to the latest Australian Infrastructure Metric from Infrastructure Partnerships Australia and BIS Oxford Economics.

Latest Figures: Public Infrastructure to Rebound by $7.3 Billion – eclipses mining infrastructure
21 September 2017

The latest forecasts show Australia set to enjoy a $7.3 billion surge in transport and utilities infrastructure – the strongest growth in nearly a decade, and sees overall construction activity set to expand for the first time in four years – according to the latest Australian Infrastructure Metric from Infrastructure Partnerships Australia and BIS Oxford Economics.   

SA has a new $1 billion bungle, as ORAH follows NRAH
19 September 2017

Today’s announcement that the South Australian Government will scrap the redevelopment of the old Royal Adelaide Hospital and ‘go it alone’ is the next in a litany of major project failures, says Infrastructure Partnerships Australia.