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Market Capacity Report Underscores Need For Procurement Reform

13 October 2021Roads Australia (RA) - the peak body for roads within an integrated transport system – says the Infrastructure Market Capacity Report released by Infrastructure Australia (IA) today adds further weight to its calls for procurement reform.


Transport Industry Applauds Reform Pathway Set Out in IA Plan

3 September 2021Roads Australia (RA) - the peak body for roads within an integrated transport system – says the 2021 Australian Infrastructure Plan released by Infrastructure Australia today sets out a practical reform pathway that will deliver more resilient and sustainable transport infrastructure and services for the community.


Transport Industry Welcomes Additions To Skilled Occupation List

23 June 2021 - New occupations added to the Priority Migration Skilled Occupation List (PMSOL) this week will assist in the delivery of major road and rail construction projects across the country.


IPL’s Focus on Connectivity & Integration in Transport Welcomed

26 February 2021 - Roads Australia (RA), the peak body for roads within an integrated transport system, says the Infrastructure Priority List (IPL) released today by Infrastructure Australia (IA) confirms the central role of enhanced transport infrastructure in promoting post-COVID economic recovery and welcomes its clear focus on enhancing connectivity within Australia’s integrated transport networks.


Integrated Transport Benefits from NSW Budget Boost

17 November 2020  -  Roads Australia (RA), the peak body for roads within an integrated transport system has welcomed the significant investments made in transport infrastructure as part of today’s NSW State Budget.


Victoria’s Move on Collaboration and Risk Allocation a Positive Step

12 November 2020 -  Roads Australia (RA), the peak body for roads within an integrated transport system, says the Victorian Government’s decision to modify its approach to risk allocation on the North East Link is a sensible and responsible approach that will benefit industry and the community.


Roads Australia Releases Procurement Reform Report

Budget delivers a boost for roads and transport, but the task is still ahead of us

April 3, 2019 - The 10-year, $100 billion infrastructure spend promised in last night’s Commonwealth Budget is good news for our major cities and regions. But the pace and size of infrastructure investment needs to grow even more if Australia is to be ‘future ready’ for the challenges of population growth.


Victorian procurement reforms will add up to savings for taxpayers

Nov 29, 2016 - Victorian taxpayers will be the biggest winners from the State Government’s blueprint for public procurement reform.