The 2020 Australian Infrastructure Budget Monitor, released today by industry think tank Infrastructure Partnerships Australia, shows $225 billion dollars of taxpayer money is being invested in infrastructure across Australia over the next four years – a record increase of 26 per cent from last years’ spend – to combat the economic downturn from COVID-19.
The Sydney Metro Northwest in NSW has been named 2020 Infrastructure Project of the Year at Infrastructure Partnerships Australia’s National Infrastructure Awards in Sydney.
The Queensland Treasurer, Cameron Dick has delivered a welcome infrastructure funding boost in the 2020- 21 State Budget.
Infrastructure Partnerships Australia commends the Victorian Government for delivering a record increase in infrastructure funding and modernising Victoria’s road funding system in the 2020-21 State Budget.
Infrastructure Partnerships Australia congratulates the NSW Government for delivering a major infrastructure stimulus funding boost and landmark reform agenda in the 2020-21 State Budget.
Infrastructure Partnerships Australia Chief Executive, Adrian Dwyer has commended the NSW Treasurer Dominic Perrottet for committing to take a proposal for a road user charge for electric vehicles to NSW Cabinet.
Infrastructure Partnerships Australia Chief Executive, Adrian Dwyer has called on Members of South Australia’s Parliament to not rush to negative judgement in considering the SA Government’s decision to introduce a road user charge on electric vehicles (EVs).
Infrastructure Partnerships Australia Chief Executive, Adrian Dwyer has today welcomed the South Australian Government’s strong infrastructure Budget and its decisive step to pave the way towards a sustainable approach to funding Australian roads.
The Commonwealth has responded decisively to the COVID-19 crisis, with a historic lift in infrastructure funding in this year’s Federal Budget, according to industry think tank Infrastructure Partnerships Australia.
Infrastructure Partnerships Australia has welcomed the South Australian Government’s decision today to award Keolis Downer a contract to run the Adelaide Metropolitan Passenger Rail Network.
Infrastructure Partnerships Australia Chief Executive, Adrian Dwyer welcomed Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews’ considered decision to maintain activity in the major civil infrastructure construction sector as the state enters stage four restrictions.
Infrastructure Partnerships Australia’s Australian Travel Time Metric - Australia’s regular measurement of actual road network performance using anonymised and aggregated Uber data - shows Sydneysiders from the outer metro are suffering during peak commutes, strengthening the case for ongoing investment and reform in transport infrastructure.