Roads to Recovery Programme Funding Allocations 2009-2014
The objective of Roads to Recovery is to contribute to the Infrastructure Investment Programme through supporting maintenance of the nation’s local road infrastructure asset, which facilitates greater access for Australians and improved safety, economic and social outcomes.
From 2009-10 to 2013-14 the Government will provide $1.75 billion ($373.5 million in 2013-14) under the Roads to Recovery programme, to be distributed to Australia's local councils, state and territory Governments responsible for local roads in the unincorporated areas (where there are no councils) and the Indian Ocean Territories.
The Roads to Recovery funding allocations for local councils in each state and territory are located below.
- Northern Territory Funding Allocations
- Australian Capital Territory Funding Allocations
- Funding for Unincorporated Areas
The Government will provide a further $1.75 billion ($350 million per annum) to extend the Roads to Recovery Programme for five years from 2014-15 to 2018-19.