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Submission: Radwick Active Transport Strategy

Year:
2024
Type:
Submissions
Topic:
Productivity
Port Botany is crucial for NSW, handling a third of Australia's container volumes and essential fuel supplies. With container demand expected to exceed 9 million TEUs by 2063, infrastructure investments are needed. Proposed bike paths, Routes C15 and C14, threaten the port's high-traffic operations, conflicting with the need to protect vital trade...

Submission to the Commonwealth Government COVID-19 Response Inquiry

Year:
2023
Type:
Submissions
Topic:
COVID-19, Planning, Productivity, Resilience
Recommendations The NCM should be recognised as the principle coordinating body between industry and government as it relates to any external challenges to the efficient operation of the Australian freight chain. Promote ongoing education in the public sector regarding the essential services provided by the logistics and supply chain...

Cross Border Case Study

Year:
2010
Type:
Publication
Topic:
Curfews, Efficiency, Productivity, Road Transport
The cost impact of regulation disparity in cross border...

Encouraging Modal Shift

Year:
2022
Type:
Policy Factsheet
Topic:
Productivity
About four billion tonnes of goods are delivered across Australia each year – 163 tonnes of freight for every person. In 2020-21, 230 tonne kilometres (TKM) of non-bulk freight was moved using road freight, compared with 111.9TKM moved on rail. As Infrastructure Australia has observed, growing congestion on our roads and railways impacts the timeliness and costs to moving freight – a problem only set to worsen with the...

Critical Infrastructure

Year:
2022
Type:
Policy Factsheet
Topic:
Productivity
Australia is not immune to physical and cyber threats, particularly with increasing geopolitical tensions and the changing global landscape in international affairs. ALC and its members acknowledge the importance and support the intent of the Australian Parliaments recent Security Legislation Amendment (Critical Infrastructure Protection) Act 2022. The freight and logistics supply chain are in many respects, advanced in efforts and investment, to mitigate all hazards and cyber...

Building Supply Chain Resilience and Reducing Disruption

Year:
2022
Type:
Policy Factsheet
Topic:
Productivity
As well as improving infrastructure standards, there is a genuine requirement to identify and protect critical supply chain ‘enablers’ that are fundamental to keeping freight moving, the supply chain functioning, and to the wider economy. An enabler is a mechanism, commodity or service that is necessary to support the effectiveness and efficiency of a functioning supply chain. An example that adequately illustrates the importance of...

Allowing Room to Move

Year:
2022
Type:
Policy Factsheet
Topic:
Productivity
Infrastructure Australia has noted that rapidly changing land use and development can place pressure on urban transport networks. The increasing density of people living in our largest cities adds pressure to legacy networks, while greenfield development requires new infrastructure and services. Failure to coordinate land use and transport planning can contribute to congestion and crowding in some areas, or a lack of adequate services in others. In May 2021 the Commonwealth,...

ALC Submission to the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security on the Security Legislation Amendment (Critical Infrastructure Protection) Bill 2022 

Year:
2022
Type:
Submissions
Topic:
Productivity
February 2022 RECOMMENDATIONS Recommendation 1 That section 30AKA proposed in the Bill be revised or removed. Recommendation 2 The proposed Rules made under paragraph 30AH(1)(c) be...

ALC Submission to Transport and Customer Service Committee’s inquiry into road tolling regimes 

Year:
2021
Type:
Submissions
Topic:
Productivity
The Australian Logistics Council (ALC) welcomes the opportunity to make a submission to the Transport and Customer Service Committee’s inquiry into road tolling regimes. ALC is the peak national body representing major companies participating in the freight logistics industry. ALC’s policy focus is on delivering enhanced supply chain efficiency and safety. Freight affects every Australian, every day, everywhere. Common...

Future of Australia’s Aviation Sector 

Year:
2020
Type:
Submissions
Topic:
Productivity
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