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State governments should be wary of following the Turnbull Government’s advice to introduce “value capture” schemes to fund major new transport projects.
The Infrastructure Plan recommends publication of full project business cases and robust post-completion reviews once a project has been delivered. How disappointing, then, that the government is...
This report argues that Australian governments spent $28 billion more on transport infrastructure over the past fifteen years than they told taxpayers they would spend.
Interview with Grattan Institute Transport Program Director, Marion Terrill, to discuss the recently released report, 'Roads to Riches: Better Transport Investment.
Australian governments have spent unprecedented sums on transport infrastructure in the past decade—more than one per cent of total GDP since 2009.
Governments have spent unprecedented sums on transport infrastructure in the last decade. But mostly, they have not spent wisely.