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Essential for the prosperity and productivity of all Australia, 2017 will see continued discussions on the CEDA stage about cities and infrastructure.

Australia’s cities are expanding and with this, the need to plan and build infrastructure and transport that can safely and reliably support the population, while also improving productivity and subsequently the economy. However, this requires significant investment and planning with input from a variety of stakeholders including Federal and state governments, business and industry as well as the general public. What is the best way forward?

State series

Transport infrastructure series | New South Wales
CEDA NSW Transport Infrastructure Series remains committed to examining key policy issues surrounding the crucial development of road, rail, port and airport, and major public transport projects in the State.

Western Sydney growth series | New South Wales
In 2017, CEDA continues its Western Sydney Series focusing on macroeconomic policy issues examined through a Western Sydney lens.

Upcoming events

CEDA research release: Housing Australia | Sydney | 1 September 2017
Housing Australia - research report | Adelaide | 4 September 2017
Future-proofing Perth's freight network | Perth | 12 September 2017
Urban growth and property forum | Melbourne | 14 September 2017
Economic drivers of productive cities | Sydney | 14 September 2017
Sydney 2030 - economic growth enabled by planning | Sydney | 27 October 2017

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Value capture a priority for funding new infrastructure projects | News from CEDA event Is Australia's road infrastructure intelligent |  Zoltan Maklary and Andrew Lau, Advisan Innovative approach needed for WA | Minister for Transport, the Hon. Dean Nalder
Framework and long-term plans needed to address untapped opportunities | Diane Smith-Gander State of the Nation: Infrastructure and investment key to economic growth | Federal Opposition Leader, the Hon. Bill Shorten

    

Cities and infrastructure is supported by CEDA members:

NSW transport infrastructure series

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