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Improving asset management and planning for an Aboriginal cultural centre are among prominent recommendations in Western Australia’s inaugural infrastructure strategy document.

Those recommendations, contained in Infrastructure WA’s “Foundations for a Stronger Tomorrow” document released this afternoon, are just a few of the 88 made in the draft, 20-year strategy.

That document outlines a vision for WA in which the population swells to 4.3 million, net carbon emissions are reduced significantly through carbon capture technology and public transport receives record patronage by 2042.

To read the full article including comments from UDIA WA CEO Tanya Steinbeck, click here.