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The Turnbull Government will
This builds on action already taken to respond to other key recommendations in the plan. For example, the plan recommends a greater focus on the planning of infrastructure projects, and as part of the Smart Cities plan earlier this year, the Turnbull Government announced $50 million in funding for project planning.
The Australian Government is supporting 69 of the 78 recommendations made by Infrastructure Australia as part of our plan for a stronger nation and a more prosperous economy, confirming that the IA 15 Year Plan will guide key infrastructure policy directions.
These new initiatives are designed to improve investment in infrastructure and build on the Turnbull Government's record $50 billion infrastructure investment program.
Each of these initiatives are significant studies in their own right, and together they will support our ongoing reform agenda.
The Australian Government has committed funding towards 14 of the 15 projects on Infrastructure Australia's Infrastructure Priority List, including Inland Rail, WestConnex in NSW, and the Forrestfield Airport Link in WA.
For more detail on the Australian Government's response to the Australian Infrastructure Plan, as well our infrastructure vision, visit [color=#6600cf][size=2][font=Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]https://infrastructure.gov.au/infrastructure/publications/[/font][/size][/color].
This article first appeared on minister.infrastructure.gov.au
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