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This interview was provided to IPAA Victoria as part of Public Sector Week 2017
While many town planners look two or three years into the future, Infrastructure Victoria is taking a longer-term view, says its CEO Michel Masson
This opinion piece was provided to and published in The Australian on 9 August 2017
Jim Miller, Infrastructure Victoria Chairman
This opinion piece was provided to and published in The Age on 5 July 2017
Michel Masson, Infrastructure Victoria CEO
Infrastructure Victoria has provided advice to government on the future need, timing and location of a second container port for Victoria.
Infrastructure Victoria has provided its advice to government on increasing ports capacity for the state, including recommendations aimed at ensuring the Port of Hastings could increase its trades and volumes in the future.
Infrastructure Victoria has identified Bay West as the preferred location for a new container port once the Port of Melbourne reaches capacity of 8 million TEU around 2055, saying the site was also well suited to becoming Melbourne’s future port in the longer term.