Party Policies

During the 2016 federal election, we asked political parties to indicate their level of support to policies designed to provide Australians with better roads, rail and public transport. With your support we will help to ensure they meet their commitments. See their responses below:

Australian Labor Party

"Labor has prioritised investments in infrastructure, including smart investment in land transport, as part of our 10 Year Plan for Australia‘s Economy, which recognises that well-selected infrastructure projects are key driver of jobs and growth." read more

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Coalition (Liberal/National parties)

"The Coalition is committed is providing $50 billion to our Infrastructure Investment Programme between 2013-14 to 2019-20 as part of our plan to improve the national economy. This investment includes more than $33 billion from 2015-16 to 2019-20 towards critical infrastructure for communities across Australia." read more

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Australian Greens Party

"The Greens stand for a world class transportation network that includes safer commutes for car drivers, cyclists, pedestrians and public transport users and the use of best practice methodology to invest in the most effective infrastructure to reduce congestion, commute times and carbon emissions." read more

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Katter‘s Australian Party

No response has been received.

Nick Xenophon Team

No response has been received.