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Discussion paper

25 May 2017

As part of the Australian Government’s response to Infrastructure Australia’s Australian Infrastructure Plan, and in line with with the Transport and Infrastructure Council’s Heavy Vehicle...

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18 May 2017

From our remote mining hubs, through to our world-class wine districts and our dynamic regional cities—regional Australia’s landscapes, industries and people are diverse.

The Government acknowledges that a ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach to regional policy development doesn’t work, which is...

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Discussion paper

16 Nov 2016

The purpose of this paper is to outline a range of value capture approaches, and seek feedback on how the Australian Government could use its various policy and funding levers to stimulate the use of value capture in the development and delivery of transport infrastructure. The paper sets out...

Research report

17 Dec 2015

The Progress in Australian Regions—Yearbook provides a statistical resource that can help all Australian's to understand how their region is progressing against economic, social, environmental and governance indicators. The Yearbook brings together information about Australia's regions...

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06 Sep 2016

This report presents tabulations of road deaths and road death rates for Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) nations and Australian states and territories. The rates allow for a comparison of Australia's road safety performance with that of other OECD nations by...

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10 Jul 2015

Executive summary: The Disability Discrimination Act 1992 (DDA) allows the Australian Government to make standards to ensure that people with disability are not discriminated against, and to provide information about these standards. The purpose of the Disability Standards for Accessible Public...

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10 Jul 2015

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The Australian Government recognises that access to public transport is critical for people with disability in order for them to participate fully in community life and the economy. The Australian Government is committed to reducing discrimination against people with disability...

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Research report

07 Jul 2015

Provides insight into the vital role that Australian cities play in the growth of the countries economy and tracks the overall progress made in Australia's major centres.

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Since 2010, the State of Australian Cities reports have examined the progress being...

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Policy

20 May 2011

On average four people die and 90 people are seriously injured on Australian roads every day. Most Australians have been personally affected by the trauma of a road crash and the cost to the community in terms of economic loss and personal suffering is enormous.

While there has been a...

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Research report

05 Sep 2014

This paper is the outcome of Australian, state and territory governments agreeing to consult to develop a more sophisticated and consistent framework to assess and evaluate major infrastructure projects.

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A project appraisal process helps a government...

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Discussion paper

25 May 2017

As part of the Australian Government’s response to Infrastructure Australia’s Australian Infrastructure Plan, and in line with with the Transport and Infrastructure Council’s Heavy Vehicle...

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Strategy

09 May 2017

This resource outlines the Australian Government investments that will benefit those who choose to live, work and invest in regional Australia. It demonstrates our commitment to securing a bright future for regional Australia and spreading the opportunities and benefits of our growing economy to...

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Policy

18 May 2017

From our remote mining hubs, through to our world-class wine districts and our dynamic regional cities—regional Australia’s landscapes, industries and people are diverse.

The Government acknowledges that a ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach to regional policy development doesn’t work, which is...

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18 Aug 2016

Transport technology (both internationally and in Australia) is changing rapidly, bringing with it many potential benefits for our transport networks. These benefits include improved transport productivity, more efficient use of existing infrastructure, reduced congestion and avoided deaths and...

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Discussion paper

16 Nov 2016

The purpose of this paper is to outline a range of value capture approaches, and seek feedback on how the Australian Government could use its various policy and funding levers to stimulate the use of value capture in the development and delivery of transport infrastructure. The paper sets out...

Research report

17 Dec 2015

The Progress in Australian Regions—Yearbook provides a statistical resource that can help all Australian's to understand how their region is progressing against economic, social, environmental and governance indicators. The Yearbook brings together information about Australia's regions...

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Statistics

06 Sep 2016

This report presents tabulations of road deaths and road death rates for Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) nations and Australian states and territories. The rates allow for a comparison of Australia's road safety performance with that of other OECD nations by...

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Research report

10 Jul 2015

Executive summary: The Disability Discrimination Act 1992 (DDA) allows the Australian Government to make standards to ensure that people with disability are not discriminated against, and to provide information about these standards. The purpose of the Disability Standards for Accessible Public...

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Research report

10 Jul 2015

Overview

The Australian Government recognises that access to public transport is critical for people with disability in order for them to participate fully in community life and the economy. The Australian Government is committed to reducing discrimination against people with disability...

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Research report

07 Jul 2015

Provides insight into the vital role that Australian cities play in the growth of the countries economy and tracks the overall progress made in Australia's major centres.

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Since 2010, the State of Australian Cities reports have examined the progress being...

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