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Australia MAP: The government's 10-year national infrastructure plan

15:35  08 may  2018
15:35  08 may  2018 Source:   businessinsider.com.au

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The government has released its 10 - year national infrastructure plan in the federal budget. The projects are aimed at reducing congestion, improving safety and creating jobs. Here’ s a look at a map of the projects around Australia.

PDF, 530KB, 10 pages. For the first time this new National Infrastructure Delivery Plan brings together the government ’ s plans for economic infrastructure over the next 5 years with those to support delivery of housing and social infrastructure .

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The government has released its 10-year national infrastructure plan in the federal budget.

Earlier this week, details leaked of a whopping $24 billion additional funding amid plans to spend $75 billion on infrastructure over the next decade.

The projects are aimed at reducing congestion, improving safety and creating jobs.

Here's a look at a map of the projects around Australia.

a close up of a map: Infrastructure plan map. © Business Insider Australia Infrastructure plan map.

Here's a breakdown of some of the major projects underway:

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The government has released its 10 - year national infrastructure plan in the federal budget. The projects are aimed at reducing congestion, improving safety and creating jobs. Here' s a look at a map of the projects around Australia.

National projects

$9.3 billion Melbourne to Brisbane Inland Rail

NSW

Up to $5.3 billion Western Sydney Airport
$1.5 billion of funding and a $2 billion concessional loan for the WestConnex project in Sydney
$2.9 billion Western Sydney Infrastructure Plan

VIC

$500 million M80 Ring Road
$500 million Monash Freeway Upgrade

QLD

$6.7 billion Bruce Highway

WA

$1.3 billion METRONET, including $490 million for the Forrestfield Airport Link

SA

$1.6 billion Adelaide North-South Corridor

TAS

$400 million Midland Highway

ACT

$67 million for Capital Metro under the Asset Recycling Initiative

NT

$192 million for the Northern Australia Roads Program

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State government puts the brakes on new housing proposals in one area, conceding rapid growth in apartments is outpacing infrastructure in parts of the city. The government has also suspended the operation of new planning rules making it easier for homeowners to build terraces on their properties in the City of Ryde and the City of Canterbury Bankstown – delaying a policy it introduced only last month.“We've had a very buoyant property market,” said Planning Minister Anthony Roberts.

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