Under the National Partnership Agreement on Land Transport Infrastructure Projects states and territories are required to provide a Project Proposal Report (PPR), which sets out the information required for projects, consistent with the guidance in the Notes on Administration.
States and Territories are also required to report on the delivery of outcomes and outputs through a Project Completion Report (PCR).
Small Road Projects
For road projects receiving a total Australian Government contribution up to $7.5 million, but with the total estimated project cost not exceeding $25 million, use the following template:
Simple Benefit Cost Ratio Tool for Small Road Projects Only
The Department has developed an Excel-based tool to assist Funding Recipients to determine the Benefit Cost Ratio for projects receiving a total Australian Government contribution up to $7.5 million.
The tool is not intended to replace a detailed benefit cost analysis, but instead generate a reasonably realistic estimate of the conventional benefits of a project.
The tool is unlocked to enable Funding Recipients to adapt and modify it to suit the project’s circumstances. There are two separate models, with the only difference between them being the formula used to calculate vehicle operating cost savings.
The Department recommends reading the Benefits Tool Guidance before opening the models. Further instructions for using the model are embedded in the excel sheets.
- Benefits Tool Guidance PDF: 1518 KB
- Benefits Tool Guidance DOCX: 5138 KB
- Free-flow Model (well-suited to project such as road sealing/re-sealing) XLSX: 297 KB
- Interrupted Flow Model (intended to be more suited to intersection upgrades/congestion-type projects) XLSX: 311 KB
Please contact the relevant program officer for more information.
Other templates and resources