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Infrastructure Partnerships Australia

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IPA

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22 Sep 2017

Automated and Driverless Vehicles (AV/DVs) offer the prospect of positive and fundamental changes to the way Australia’s cities work and how people utilise transport. At the highest level, AVs offer massive increases in road safety and capacity – and could see car ownership become the exception...

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28 Oct 2016

The Australian and New Zealand Governments have launched the Australia & New Zealand Infrastructure Pipeline (ANZIP), reinforcing a shared commitment to Trans-Tasman collaboration, open markets, innovation and investment.

The online portal, developed and hosted by Infrastructure...

Research report

10 Oct 2016

The journey times of 14,000 Uber drivers in Melbourne are examined, as part of a new measure of congestion in the Australia's four biggest cities.

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Australian governments invest tens of billions in transport infrastructure and undertake a range of...

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22 Sep 2017

Automated and Driverless Vehicles (AV/DVs) offer the prospect of positive and fundamental changes to the way Australia’s cities work and how people utilise transport. At the highest level, AVs offer massive increases in road safety and capacity – and could see car ownership become the exception...

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Website

28 Oct 2016

The Australian and New Zealand Governments have launched the Australia & New Zealand Infrastructure Pipeline (ANZIP), reinforcing a shared commitment to Trans-Tasman collaboration, open markets, innovation and investment.

The online portal, developed and hosted by Infrastructure...

Research report

10 Oct 2016

The journey times of 14,000 Uber drivers in Melbourne are examined, as part of a new measure of congestion in the Australia's four biggest cities.

Executive summary
Australian governments invest tens of billions in transport infrastructure and undertake a range of...

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Research report

22 Jan 2015

This report provides a Queensland-specific perspective on network pricing trends and highlights the potential price impacts for electricity consumers in Queensland of the non-government provision of network services.

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This report has been prepared for...

Research report

19 Jul 2012

Focusing on four key infrastructure areas integral to the functioning of cities – energy, transport, water and waste, this report (58) provides governments with a clear action agenda for...

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