This document sets out the ACT Government’s approach to achieving flexible, reliable and sustainable transport options for Canberrans. It provides a framework for planning and investment in transport for the next 20 years.
The Infrastructure Priority List is the authoritative guide to the priority infrastructure investments Australia needs to secure a sustainable and prosperous future. Reflecting the national need for infrastructure investment to progress quickly, this mid-year update has been launched for the first time
This report examines the difference in which public transport planning is undertaken and services are delivered. The report focuses primarily on urban public transport markets, with some consideration given to intercity markets.
This report provides a snapshot of the electric vehicle (EV) industry in Australia with analysis and data on the EV market, the original equipment manufacturer (OEM) sector, charging infrastructure, mining and manufacturing, energy and environment, and government policy.
Victorian government agencies acted in good faith when consulting with traditional custodians seeking to protect Aboriginal cultural heritage on Djab Wurrung Country near Ararat, the Victorian Ombudsman has found.
This Bicycle Network strategy document calls for governments to immediately provide better places to ride, incentives for people riding bikes, supportive laws and programs that embed bike riding for transport and recreation as a social norm.
Scale, territory, and the organisation of the state in transport planning in Melbourne, Australia, and Toronto, Canada
Transport planning is the set of state-led practices that seek to improve (using) mobility, with reference to an idealised future imaginary. This research characterises how scale is deployed in practices of transport planning, with a focus on the Melbourne (Australia) and Toronto (Canada) urban regions...
The influence of Melbourne-Sydney intercity high-speed rail on spatial accessibility: an analysis of current proposals
This paper explores the influence of high-speed rail development on spatial accessibility in southeastern Australia. The aim is to understand how current proposals for intercity high-speed rail would distribute accessibility improvements across regions between Sydney and Melbourne. Special attention is given to spatial effects in...
This report examines what will happen in the Great Western Sydney region over the next twenty years.
Infrastructure Western Australia (IWA) recognises the value of stakeholder expertise and is committed to open engagement across all levels of government, industry and the community. This discussion paper is a key element of their engagement process, seeking valuable feedback to help shape the upcoming State...