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Transport session brendan lyon

  1. 1. INFRASTRUCTURE: INVESTMENT & REGULATION CONFERENCE 2011 Transport Session 21 October 2011 Brendan Lyon Chief Executive Officer Infrastructure Partnerships Australia
  2. 2. Presentation overview• About IPA• The issues we face in transport• The reform agenda• Potential solutions
  3. 3. Infrastructure PartnershipsAustralia • Peak industry body, established December 2005 • National advocacy and research • Focus on policy reforms and priority projects • Membership exceeds 150 public & private companies and agencies • Further information: www.infrastructure.org.au
  4. 4. The Size of the InfrastructureChallenge • IPA Study - 160 Priority Projects - >$700 billion • ANZ - > $600 billion • Citigroup - >$770 billion • Whatever the accurate figure – it is clear the challenge is enormous
  5. 5. Growing Congestion • Congestion costs Sydney $5 billion a year today • By 2020 congestion will strip more than $20 billion a year from the Australian
  6. 6. Growing Population• Soon to be 23 million• 37 million by 2050• 90 per cent of growth in existing urban areas• 7 million in Sydney• 7 million in Melbourne• 4 million in Brisbane
  7. 7. Growing Freight Task • IPA’s paper: Meeting the Freight Challenge 2050 • Tripling of freight task to 1,540 billion tonne km’s
  8. 8. Long-term Planning• Infrastructure Australia• Infrastructure NSW• Infrastructure QLD?
  9. 9. Constrained Balance Sheets • Growing state government debt levels • Unfunded Superannuation liabilities • Spending in welfare and health outstripping revenue growth
  10. 10. Limited Funding• $86 billion of projects ready to go…• …but no magic funding pudding
  11. 11. Reform Agenda • Manage demand and increase efficiency • Unlock capital for investment • Intelligent and efficient investment
  12. 12. Build it bigger?• Increasing capacity alone won’t solve the problem• Demand management
  13. 13. Managing Demand
  14. 14. Rational Road Pricing • Mass, Distance, Location, Time • Replaces inefficient state and Federal charges • Cost borne by those who benefit • $11 billion infrastructure funding boost
  15. 15. Asset Sales• Queensland Asset Sales Programme• Unlocked more than $15 billion for reinvestment• QLD Government avoids $10 billion in planned capital investment
  16. 16. NSW Electricity Assets • Tamberlin Inquiry • Liberate between $50 billion and $58.5 billion for infrastructure investment • Six North West Rail Links, M5 East 12 times over…
  17. 17. Not Just Flagship Projects• All road maintenance programmes subject to competitive tender• Governments could save between $700 million and $2.8 billion
  18. 18. Procurement • ‘Horses for courses’ • Getting the risk balance right in PPP’s • Benefiting from savings and innovation
  19. 19. Great Expectations
  20. 20. Questions

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