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Infrastructure Victoria has today published a suite of new research it will consider as it develops its advice to the Victorian Government on the infrastructure required to support automated and zero emissions vehicles.
Infrastructure Victoria today marked the start of the 30-year infrastructure strategy update by opening the first phase of stakeholder and community consultation.
This opinion piece was provided to and published in The Age on 29 May 2018
Michel Masson, Infrastructure Victoria CEO
Infrastructure Victoria has released a report outlining future scenarios for automated and zero emissions vehicles in Victoria.
Off-peak public transport fares, an expansion of the car parking levy and an overhaul of bus services are among key recommendations made by Infrastructure Victoria today to tackle growing congestion in Melbourne.
Infrastructure Victoria is calling for submissions to help drive a groundbreaking new report on how the state can best prepare for the vehicles of the future.