Australia must remember it extraordinary infrastructure successes of the recent past, and allow that to shape the future of its infrastructure policy and investment decisions.
Australia and the world need a mind-shift when it comes to infrastructure. It about services first, not just building assets.
The Federal government’s willingness to debate the Harper Review recommendation to introduce cost reflective road pricing is an opportunity to move a difficult issue forward; provided it recognises the root and extent of the problem its seeks to fix. The roads sector has had a carte blanche operational model for the best part of twoContinue reading “Road Reform: Australia’s Last Frontier*”