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Senior officials from Infrastructure Australia will visit Tasmania next month to look at ways to improve the state's ageing infrastructure.
An independent report recently gave the state's rail network an "F" rating and found the road network was below par.
It also found there has been no improvement to stormwater and power infrastructure in the last five years.
Deputy Premier Lara Giddings says the Government has since taken over the rail network and is confident the failure rating will be lifted at the next report card.
"But we do have important infrastructure in this state that does need reinvigorating and new infrastructure as well," she said "so infrastructure like the Bell Bay project, which is a pipeline project with Infrastructure Australia. Of course our own Hobart waterfront, port infrastructure as well."
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