Governments and industry asked to nominate infrastructure priorities for 2018 – September 2017

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Infrastructure Australia is calling on Australian governments and industry leaders to identify infrastructure problems and opportunities of national significance as part of its 2018 Infrastructure Priority List (IPL) update.

The revised IPL is due for publication in February 2018 and is being updated to guide investment decisions across Australia's key infrastructure sectors.

“We are keen for states and territories and other partners to submit initiatives that solve the most pressing infrastructure problems facing our nation,” Infrastructure Australia CEO, Philip Davies said.

“The 2018 IPL will build on the current list, with new initiatives to reflect emerging infrastructure priorities across Australia, and updates to existing initiatives.

“We welcome submissions for all types of infrastructure, including programs of related works and programs for network optimisation,” Mr Davies said.

Infrastructure Australia is an independent statutory body with a mandate to prioritise and progress nationally significant infrastructure.

The submission period will close on 27 October.

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