Major Reports
Type
Subject
Road User Charging for Electric Vehicles
Major Report | 21 November 2019

Infrastructure Partnerships Australia is calling for a road user charge on electric vehicles. Applying a simple distance-based charge to electric vehicles will ensure every motorist makes a fair and sustainable contribution to the use of the roads.

Funding and Investment | Transport
Australian Infrastructure Investment Report 2019
Major Report | 15 November 2019

Our report provides a comprehensive annual view of investor appetite and sentiment. It reveals insights into the drivers and challenges for infrastructure investors, which include sovereign wealth funds, pension funds, fund managers, banks and other infrastructure professionals.

Transport
Australian Infrastructure Budget Monitor 2019-20
Major Report | 8 November 2019

Infrastructure Partnerships Australia’s Australian Infrastructure Budget Monitor measures infrastructure funding commitments by jurisdictions for the current budget year and forward estimates (FY2019-20 to FY2022-23). This report collates information from the latest budget papers from federal, state and territory governments to provide insights into their infrastructure investment programs beyond the headline figures.

Funding and Investment
2019 International Airfreight Indicator
Major Report | 15 March 2019

In a national first, the Infrastructure Partnerships Australia and BIS Oxford Economics’ International  Airfreight Indicator shines a light on one of the most important components of Australia’s international freight task. By knowing at the granular level the nature of Australia’s inbound and outbound airfreight, we can begin to understand and improve the efficiency and effectiveness of an increasingly important part of the supply chain.

Funding and Investment | Transport
Australian Infrastructure Metric – September 2018
Major Report | 17 January 2019

The September 2018 quarter of the Australian Infrastructure Metric – produced by Infrastructure Partnerships Australia and BIS Oxford Economics – sees total civil work won increase compared to the June quarter, as transport work won increased significantly.

Funding and Investment
Australian Infrastructure Investment Report 2018
Major Report | 24 October 2018

The 2018 Australian Infrastructure Investment Report shows that Australia is still the destination of choice for infrastructure investors, but our hard-won reputation is under material threat. Our research reveals that both international and local investors are alarmed by increasing market intervention, abrupt and recurring regulatory reviews, as well as frequent changes in Australia’s political landscape. Confidence and preparedness to invest in energy assets has taken a hit this year, reflecting the high degree of uncertainty about the direction of our national energy policy.

Funding and Investment
Australian Infrastructure Budget Monitor 2018-19
Major Report | 1 October 2018

The 2018-19 Australian Infrastructure Budget Monitor reaffirms the two-economy divide
in infrastructure across Australia. NSW and Victoria, ranked first and second, have large
infrastructure funding commitments facilitated by strong fiscal positions. Asset recycling continues to support growth, with both states benefiting from selling their shares in Snowy Hydro to the  Commonwealth, among other asset divestments.

 

Funding and Investment | Transport
Australian Infrastructure Metric – June 2018
Major Report | 7 September 2018

The June 2018 quarter of the Australian Infrastructure Metric – produced by Infrastructure Partnerships Australia and BIS Oxford Economics – sees total civil work won hold steady compared to the March quarter. The non-mining index reading has seen no change on last quarter, while the mining index
has increased.

Funding and Investment
Australian Infrastructure Metric March 2018
Major Report | 29 June 2018

The March 2018 quarter of the Australian Infrastructure Metric – produced by Infrastructure Partnerships Australia and BIS Oxford Economics – sees civil construction work won drop significantly, as expected, from the all-time high of the previous quarter. Work won in transport and utilities has dropped, with mining only marginally higher than last quarter.

Funding and Investment
Fixing Freight: Establishing Freight Performance Australia
Major Report | 26 April 2018

This paper provides an overview of the challenges facing Australia’s freight networks and the actions needed to arrest the decline in our trade competitiveness. It makes the case that to meet the growing demand for goods across the country and internationally, we need more sophisticated mechanisms to capture reliable data to accurately understand where the pinch points, bottlenecks and breakdowns are across the supply chain. That is why the paper’s major recommendation calls for the establishment of an independent freight body, termed ‘Freight Performance Australia’.

Funding and Investment | Transport
Australian Infrastructure Metric December 2017
Major Report | 20 March 2018

The December quarter of the Australian Infrastructure Metric – produced by Infrastructure Partnerships Australia and BIS Oxford Economics – shows total civil construction work won spike to its highest level since the Metric began; driven by record transport investment – with major road and rail contracts signed – but also helped by a more modest recovery that sees mining infrastructure at its highest level since March 2014. 

Funding and Investment
Australian Infrastructure Metric September 2017
Major Report | 29 January 2018

The September quarter of the Australian Infrastructure Metric – produced by Infrastructure Partnerships Australia and BIS Oxford Economics - shows that civil construction work won fell compared to the previous quarter, with decreases in civil construction activity in both mining and non-mining sectors. The transport sector, which remains the key driver of total civil work won, saw a significant fall following the spike in railway investment in the June quarter.

Funding and Investment