Protecting Infrastructure Corridors
Action to protect seven vital infrastructure corridors could save Australian taxpayers close to $11 billion, and avoid cost overturns, delays and community disruption, finds a new report from Infrastructure Australia. The nation's independent infrastructure advisor has launched a new policy paper, Corridor Protection. Planning and investing for the long term, the third in its reform series. The seven strategic corridors identified on the infrastructure Priority List are east coast high speed rail, outer Sydney orbital, outer Melbourne ring. Western Sydney airport rail line and the freight lines of Western Sydney, Hunter Valley and Port of Brisbane.
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