Transport Investing in Regions
The Transport Investing in Regions (TIIR) initiative was established in 2012 to gain a better understanding of local transport needs and to deliver practical solutions across regional Victoria.
Since being developed, the TIIR initiative has invested $6.3 million in 190 small-scale but very significant regional projects, with project partners such as local councils contributing over $12.5 million in additional funding over the five years.
The majority of Transport Investing in Regions projects are a mix of walking and cycling projects; tourist and heritage railway infrastructure; local ports infrastructure; transport, freight and land-use strategies; and projects that celebrate Aboriginal culture and heritage.
Projects funded through the Transport Investing in Regions initiative help to build stronger and more connected communities across rural and regional Victoria.
Page last reviewed on 27 February 2017