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In 2018, Australia spent AU$30 billion (US$22.8 billion) to build new infrastructure, a substantial but still insufficient figure to meet the needs of a growing population, according to Australia Infrastructure’s Audit 2019, published by the public agency in charge of infrastructure planning. The cost of road congestion resulting from overcrowding will reach AU$39.6 billion (US$30.1 billion) in 2031. Infrastructure strain puts economic growth at risk, and can be eased by new investments and ambitious projects like a high-speed line that connects the main cities along the east coast, it said.

    
GLOBAL ECONOMY AND SUSTAINABILITY  02/10/2019
 
AUSTRALIA: NEW INVESTMENTS NEEDED FOR FUTURE GROWTH
 

A national infrastructure audit emphasises the need to investment in order for transport networks to keep up with population growth

 

    
REPORTAGE  02/10/2019
 
LAKE MEAD: EVOLUTION OF THE LARGEST ARTIFICIAL LAKE IN THE UNITED STATES
 

Last year, 7.5 million people visited the national park by the lake

 


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