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Victorian Local Governance Association webinar

Infrastructure Victoria CEO, Michel Masson spoke to Chris Eddy on a recent VLGA webinar talking about our latest work, preparing for a post-VOVIC-19 world, and the role of local government in helping shape the infrastructure agenda. Watch the video here:

Good Move: Infrastructure Victoria partners with Committee for Melbourne on transport webinar

Earlier this week Infrastructure Victoria partnered in a joint webinar with Committee for Melbourne to discuss our latest research paper Good Move: Fixing Transport Congestion that demonstrates an illustrative model of how transport network pricing could work in Victoria. The event was chaired by Committee for Melbourne’s CEO Martine Letts and included a presentation of […]

Public transport, quality urban design and green open space top Melburnians’ wish list for creating better urban communities

New findings from Infrastructure Victoria show Melburnians are willing to embrace greater urban density if the area has good access to public transport, quality urban design and green open space. Infrastructure Victoria worked with a diverse group of residents from Footscray, Camberwell and Heidelberg to understand community views on the concept of density done well. […]

Victorian recycling needs $1 billion investment by 2039 to close the loop on waste

Victoria can transform its resource and recycling sector to recover up to 90% of our waste with $1 billion of investment in infrastructure from both government and the private sector by 2039. Advice from Infrastructure Victoria released today suggests upgrading or building new processing infrastructure for six priority materials – plastics, paper, cardboard, glass, organics, […]

Infrastructure Victoria delivers final recycling and resource recovery advice to Government

Infrastructure Victoria has today delivered its final advice to government on how we can build a stronger and more sustainable recycling and resource recovery industry for Victoria, following 12 months of extensive research and consultation across government and industry. It recommends 13 key actions that are available now to ensure we meet the challenge of […]

Advice on recycling and resource recovery infrastructure

Infrastructure Victoria is pleased to have provided its advice to government on recycling and resource recovery infrastructure. It follows a request from the Special Minister of State in April 2019 for Infrastructure Victoria to develop independent advice on how we can build a better recycling and resource recovery industry for Victoria. The timing of the […]

Good Move: Fixing Transport Congestion – FAQs

What is transport network pricing? Transport network pricing means a shift away from fixed, upfront charges (like registration) towards charges based on how people use the system – on the distance travelled, time of day and mode. This pricing change is a proven motivation for people to change their travel behaviour. As a result, demand […]

Good move – fixing transport congestion

While congested roads and crowded public transport may seem a distant memory, it’s still a real problem for our growing city and state and will be in the future if we don’t do things differently. As the state’s long-term infrastructure planning agency, Infrastructure Victoria today released new research that shows behaviour change is the best […]

Fixing transport congestion a good move for Victoria

Infrastructure Victoria today released new research that shows behaviour change is the best solution to reduce growing congestion and crowding on Victoria’s roads and public transport, as well as getting more out of our transport system. The report Good move – fixing transport congestion shows that a comprehensive change to the pricing of roads, public […]

Submissions closed on regional Victoria’s infrastructure priorities

Submissions have now closed on Infrastructure Victoria’s latest regional work, Infrastructure Priorities for the Regions. Throughout the 12-week submissions period, Infrastructure Victoria heard from over 40 stakeholders including councils, industry groups and service providers. Stakeholders were presented with profiles on each of Victoria’s nine regions and invited to make a submission addressing regional disadvantage or […]

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