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More investment in libraries needed to bridge Victoria’s digital divide

When was the last time you dropped into your local library? If you’re finding that it’s been a while, you might want to dust off that old library card as a lot has changed in recent times. In an increasingly digital age, Victoria’s public libraries are offering more than just books for loan, they’re building […]

Resignation of Infrastructure Victoria CEO Michel Masson

Statement from Infrastructure Victoria Chair Jim Miller It is with mixed feelings that I confirm Infrastructure Victoria’s inaugural CEO, Michel Masson, will end his tenure with the organisation at the end of this month. Michel has led Infrastructure Victoria since early 2016, during which time he has been the driving force in establishing our organisation […]


Community infrastructure lagging in Melbourne’s growth suburbs

Population growth is rapidly outstripping the supply of vital social infrastructure in Melbourne’s seven fastest growing local government areas, a new report by the state’s independent infrastructure advisory body shows. Infrastructure Victoria’s latest research, Social infrastructure in Melbourne’s growth areas, finds that Wyndham, for example, has one aquatic recreation centre for every 149,000 residents, compared […]

Victoria’s infrastructure strategy 2021-2051 Q&A webinar

Victoria’s infrastructure strategy Q&A webinar now live

Infrastructure Victoria held a live Q&A webinar to explain the 94 recommendations in Victoria’s infrastructure strategy 2021-2051. Attendees heard from CEO Michel Masson, Director of Economics and Research Llewellyn Reynders and Deputy CEO Jonathan Spear. You can view the slides here or watch the recording below.  

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Jim Miller: Victoria still faces some big challenges over the coming decades

  Anyone working in infrastructure planning laughs and cringes at the very mention of Utopia – the hilarious TV show set at the fictional government agency, the Nation Building Authority. It’s possible, like me, they’ve been asked to draw comparisons between the program and their own organisation at more than one barbecue. As chair of […]

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Improved access to transport and services needed, especially in outer growth areas and regions

  Four key transport projects delivered over the next 30 years will better connect Victorians to jobs, services and each other, says the state’s independent advisory body, Infrastructure Victoria. Presented to the Victorian Parliament today, Victoria’s infrastructure strategy 2021–2051 makes 94 recommendations worth around $100 billion, spanning many types of infrastructure and based on extensive […]

Gas advice webinar now live

Infrastructure Victoria held an online Q&A webinar to share the key early findings from the Towards 2050: Gas infrastructure in a zero emissions economy interim report. Attendees heard from Project Director Elissa McNamara, CEO Michel Masson and Deputy CEO Jonathan Spear. You can view the slides here, or watch the recording below.

Change on the way for how Victorians use natural gas

All Victorians are invited to have their say on the future of gas infrastructure as the state transforms to net zero carbon emissions by 2050. Infrastructure Victoria, the state’s independent infrastructure advisory authority, today released its interim evidence base and report to the Victorian Government on the role of gas infrastructure in a zero emissions […]

Getting to the root of Victoria’s tree canopy struggle

Our tree canopies are struggling for space with small lots, renovated homes, new townhouses and apartment blocks, all of which are accommodating Victoria’s growing population. When we use the word ‘infrastructure’, we’re not just talking about roads and buildings. Environmental infrastructure can refer to parks, green open spaces and corridors, woodlands, open countryside, sporting fields […]

Second-hand electric car market could drive down prices

Powering government, private and rideshare fleets with electric cars could unlock a second-hand market and make them more accessible for everyday Victorians, a community panel has recommended. Accessibility and affordability were two of the key barriers to electric car uptake that 211 everyday Victorians discussed in response to the question of: “How should the Victorian […]

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