Listed below are the programmes which are funded under the Infrastructure Investment Programme as well as the Grants Programmes for regions. Additional funding assistance is also offered for local roads.
The Investment Road and Rail Programme targets projects on the National Land Transport Network that will deliver the highest benefits to the nation.
A programme to address the problem of local roads reaching the end of their economic life, and their replacement being beyond the capacity of local government.
A programme which aims to improve the physical condition or management of hazardous locations with a history of crashes involving death or serious injury.
Information on funding available for local roads under Infrastructure Investment and the Financial Assistance Grants.
A programme to deliver improved safety and productivity outcomes for the heavy vehicle industry.
Provides funding for land transport research, intelligent transport initiatives and corridor studies.
A programme which aims to upgrade our nations deteriorating bridges to improve productivity, safety and community access.
The Programme will provide jurisdictions with funding towards priority improvements to Australia's key national highway networks.
Programmes and projects that were completed in the period 2008-09 to 2013-14.
The Stronger Communities Programme will deliver $45 million over two years commencing in 2015-16.
The National Stronger Regions Fund will provide $1 billion in funding over five years for infrastructure projects in Australia’s regions.
The Australian Government has established the Community Development Grants Programme to support needed infrastructure that promotes stable, secure and viable local and regional economies.
The Programme is an initiative of the Australian Government that will provide grant funding for projects that support the community and economic and social projects which contribute to the development and community amenity of the Indian Ocean Territories of Christmas Island and the Cocos (Keeling) Islands.
The Latrobe Valley Economic Diversification programme was announced in 2013 and will provide up to $10.85 million to two infrastructure projects to support economic diversification in the Latrobe Valley in Victoria.
The National Partnership Agreement on South Australian River Murray Sustainability Program (the NPA) commits $265 million of Australian Government funding to the South Australian Government to support a healthy working Murray-Darling Basin.
The Australian Government has announced $106 million in funding for the Tasmanian Jobs and Growth Package, for projects which support the economic development of Tasmania.
The Murray-Darling Basin Regional Economic Diversification Programme (MDBREDP) commits $72.656 million to assist Basin communities increase economic diversification and adjust to a water constrained environment. Each of the Basin States of New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland select and manage projects within their jurisdictions.
The Drought Communities Programme (DCP) is designed to deliver benefits in targeted drought affected regions of Australia. The Australian Government is providing $35 million over four years, commencing in 2015-16, to fund local infrastructure initiatives that provide employment for people whose work opportunities have been impacted by drought.
The Australian Government's approach to regional development is to work in partnership with communities, government and the private sector to foster the development of self-reliant communities and regions.