Prioritising Reform: Progress on the 2016 Australian Infrastructure Plan

Elizabeth Quay, Perth

Prioritising Reform: Progress on the 2016 Australian Infrastructure Plan provides an update on the progress of infrastructure reform in Australia against the recommendations in the 2016 Australian Infrastructure Plan.

The Australian Infrastructure Plan was released in February 2016. The Plan made 78 recommendations grouped into four reform areas: productive cities and regions, efficient markets, sustainable and equitable infrastructure, and better decision-making and delivery.

Prioritising Reform outlines the progress in Australian infrastructure reform and where more progress is needed across four key areas:

  1. Market reform (across roads, energy, water and telecommunications)
  2. Funding reform
  3. Governance reform
  4. Future-proofing

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