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Posted on 10/08/2020
An updated version of the Infrastructure Priority List has been made available by the Federal Government. The list is the penultimate guide to the various priority infrastructure investment and upgrades the country needs to ensure a sustainable and successful future.
The 2020 mid-year revision includes 12 new proposed projects that were not originally listed at original publication in February.
The additions support the existing proposals which had been outlined since the beginning of the year – establishing a clear roadmap of priority infrastructure investments over the next 10-15 years.
Within the list there have been 155 nationally significant infrastructure projects, these include 7 projects considered high priority, 21 priority projects, 37 high priority initiatives and 90 priority initiatives.
Below is a list of the major projects within the updated list:
Queensland regional road network safety improvements
High Priority Initiative
Brisbane northern suburbs corridor capacity
Browns Plains to South East Busway public transport connectivity
Queensland inland freight route capacity and safety
Browns Plains to Beaudesert road capacity and safety
Mooloolah River Interchange capacity and safety
Australian Institute of Sport modernisation (AIS submission)
High Priority Project
More Trains, More Services Stage 2
Port Botany Rail Line Duplication & Cabramatta Passing Loop
METRONET: Morley–Ellenbrook Line Project
METRONET: High Capacity Signalling Project
Click here for the full list of the Infrastructure Priority List.
Infrastructure Australia CEO, Mr, Romilly Madew, said that the priority list had been added to in order to highlight a plethora of new proposals.
“Australia is planning its recovery from a rolling series of crises: drought, flood, the bushfires and now COVID-19,” he said.
“As we look forward, the focus is on delivery and as the nation’s infrastructure advisory body, we are continuing to improve our ability to move quickly to identify investments that will improve productivity – this is about expanding the pipeline, keeping the economy growing, helping to create jobs and attract investment.
“The Priority List is a critical tool in recovery, as it directs investment to the infrastructure projects that will kick-start economic growth and have the greatest returns for all Australians.
“This is the first time we have formally released the Priority List mid-year, by doing so, we want to highlight the most recent priority proposals at a time when our infrastructure investment needs to progress quickly, without jeopardising the quality of those investments.”
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