The Tasmanian Government has announced the state’s first 10-year infrastructure pipeline, with projects totalling a combined $13.9 billion.
The state government has said the pipeline will be updated every year, with the initial plan including 247 vital projects, each valued at $5 million or more. In addition, it identifies $4.1 billion in private construction projects and $8.1 billion in horizon projects.
Infrastructure Tasmania has developed the pipeline to provide governments, investors, developers, employers, businesses and communities with a long-term view of key-projects underway.
Projects include economic infrastructure such as road, rail, energy, water, sewerage, irrigation, stormwater, ports, airports and communication, along with social infrastructure such as public housing, schools, hospitals and prisons.
Infrastructure Tasmania will also release a 30-year Tasmanian Infrastructure Strategy based on emerging demographic, social and technological trends to deliver the infrastructure.
The pipeline can be found here.