The national infrastructure sector congratulates the Liberal National Coalition Government on its successful re-election and looks forward to continuing its productive relationship.
A new report released today by Infrastructure Partnerships Australia and BIS Oxford Economics’ shows the goods travelling in the belly of international aircraft arriving and departing Australia are worth a massive $109 billion annually – a fact that, until today, has been entirely hidden.
The 2019 International Airfreight Indicator, the latest report in Infrastructure Partnerships Australia’s data and measurement series, reveals that one in every five dollars of Australia’s traded goods travels via air.
The national infrastructure sector welcomes the decision of the Victorian Parliament to provide certainty in funding arrangements to the West Gate Tunnel project following a vote this afternoon on an Opposition motion.
The Victorian Parliament must support the passage of legislation for the West Gate Tunnel project.
Prior to the election, the West Gate Tunnel received bi-partisan support from both the Andrews Government and the Liberal National Coalition for good reason – it’s good for the West and for all Melbournians.
The national infrastructure sector welcomes the Productivity Commission’s draft report confirming that the current light-handed regulatory approach for airports is working for customers, says industry think tank Infrastructure Partnerships Australia.
The national infrastructure sector welcomes the Senate Select Committee on Electric Vehicles’ recommendation to introduce an EV road user charging policy to address the rapid and terminal decline in road funding, says Infrastructure Partnerships Australia.
The national infrastructure sector welcomes the appointment of Romilly Madew as CEO of Infrastructure Australia, says peak body Infrastructure Partnerships Australia.
The Chair of Infrastructure Partnerships Australia, Adrian Kloeden today announced his retirement and the Board’s decision to appoint Sir Rod Eddington AO as the new Chair of the infrastructure sector’s national peak body.
The national infrastructure sector congratulates the Andrews Labor Government on its successful re-election and looks forward to continuing its productive relationship.
The Andrews Government’s decision to fully fund keystone projects like the $15.8 billion North East Link through an increase to the borrowing cap, if re-elected on Saturday, has been welcomed by the infrastructure sector.
Australia is still the destination of choice for infrastructure investors, but that hard-won reputation is under material threat, with investors spooked by increased market intervention and policy uncertainty, according to a new report from Infrastructure Partnerships Australia and Perpetual Corporate Trust.
The national infrastructure sector welcomes the Victorian Coalition’s plan to rebuild Victoria’s regional and country rail network.