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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.
Infrastructure Victoria is pleased to be working with Resilient Melbourne to host an open innovation challenge to find new ways to reduce transport congestion, combat social isolation and make the experience of travelling more socially fulfilling.
Infrastructure Victoria has today released a discussion paper and evidence it will consider in developing its future advice to government on a second container port for the state.
Infrastructure Victoria has today tabled in Parliament Victoria’s first ever statewide, cross-sector infrastructure strategy for the next 30 years.
Infrastructure Victoria has today released a paper on improving cost benefit analysis to capture more economic, social and environmental impacts of infrastructure projects.
Infrastructure Victoria has today released a discussion paper outlining how the introduction of a well-designed road pricing scheme could help address growing congestion on Melbourne roads.