|Statutory authority overview|
|Formed||April 9, 2008|
|Jurisdiction||Commonwealth of Australia|
|Statutory authority executive||
|Parent department||Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development|
|This article's factual accuracy may be compromised due to out-of-date information. (October 2014)|
Infrastructure Australia is a statutory authority of the federal government. Its role is to plan and co-ordinate infrastructure projects across Australia, particularly where the works cross state borders, and to establish funding priorities free from the targeting of marginal seats. It was established by Kevin Rudd in 2008. Its purview includes both road and public transport projects.
The authority is part of the Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development and the Minister for Infrastructure and Regional Development Warren Truss is the responsible minister.
The board of Infrastructure Australia has 12 members: Mark Birrell (Chair), Julieanne Alroe, Gerard Blood, Michael Carapiet, Peter Corish, Colin Duffield, John Ellice-Flint, Nicole Lockwood, Daniel Norton, Kerry Schott, Peter Watson and Gabrielle Trainor. 
As of 2012, projects identified as "ready to proceed" are:
- Brisbane Cross River Rail
- Melbourne Metro: Stage 1
- Monash Freeway 33km road upgrades from High St to Clyde Rd (VIC)
- Pacific Highway 300km corridor upgrades (NSW)
- National Broadband Network
- Atkins, Dennis (2008-01-20). "Infrastructure Australia announced by Kevin Rudd". news.com.au. Retrieved 2010-08-15.
- Infrastructure Australia Board as at 15 July 2015. .
- Infrastructure Australia: "Progress and Action", Report, 2012
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