Infrastructure Victoria has published the evidence base that will inform its infrastructure advice to government and is calling for formal submissions in response.

This new body of evidence represents a major contribution to Victoria’s understanding of the potential benefits and impacts of automated and zero emissions vehicles in areas such as transport, energy, ICT and more.

We have also reimagined what our streets and neighbourhoods could look like with automated and zero emissions vehicles. You can explore these images here.

For more information download our Evidence base report or visit the project webpage. Or, to download the full suite of technical reports and send us a submission, visit our consultation website.


Infrastructure Victoria has released the research paper Five-year focus: Immediate actions to tackle congestion.

The paper identifies key problem areas now and in the future on Melbourne’s transport network and examines what can be done over the next five years to improve travel time and reliability.

To cope with the growth in transport demand in the short term, we have developed a package of recommendations for government which are practical, low cost, could be delivered quickly and build on existing measures that have proven effective.

For more information, read our research paper or visit the Managing Transport Demand webpage.


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