The National Partnership Agreement (NPA) on Land Transport Infrastructure Projects sets out how the Australian Government and states can work together to deliver infrastructure projects for the benefit of Australians. The Notes on Administration (NoA) provide administrative guidance for managing projects to be funded under the National Partnership Agreement. Further information is available here.
As part of the National Partnership Agreement, the Indigenous Employment and Supplier-use Infrastructure Framework sets out a whole-of-government approach to increase opportunities for Indigenous job-seekers and businesses in the delivery of land transport infrastructure projects funded by the Australian Government.
The National Land Transport Network (NLTN) is a network of nationally-significant road and rail infrastructure links and their intermodal connections. Further information is available here.
The Signage Guidelines are currently being reviewed with updates to be provided on this page in due course. If you require urgent advice relating to project signage, please contact email@example.com in the first instance.
The Local Roads and Community Infrastructure program, funded by the Australian Government, is delivered by local governments. Local governments may nominate local priority projects to expend their funding allocation in accordance with the program guidelines.
The Bridges Renewal Program (BRP) and the Heavy Vehicle Safety and Productivity Program (HVSPP) are designed to provide funding to State, Territory and Local Governments for projects which will:
upgrade and replace bridges to enhance access for local communities and facilitate higher productivity vehicle access (BRP) and;
increase the productivity and safety of heavy vehicle operations (HVSPP)
The Local Roads and Community Infrastructure (LRCI) Program supports all Australian councils to deliver priority local road and community infrastructure projects in their region, creating jobs and long-lasting benefits for communities.