The OECD Infrastructure Toolkit is an online resource to guide policymakers in the planning, financing and delivery of infrastructure. The Toolkit takes a modal approach, addressing various areas of infrastructure. Initially, the governance of infrastructure is featured with other domains expected to be added over time.
Review the pillars of infrastructure and related good practices
Learn about infrastructure good practice and trends in OECD countries
Explore transversal themes and related OECD analysis and indicators
Governance of Infrastructure
The governance of infrastructure is the policies, frameworks, norms, processes and tools, used by public bodies to plan, make decisions, implement and monitor the entire life cycle of public infrastructure. The Recommendation on the Governance of Infrastructure, adopted by the OECD Council in July 2020, provides countries with practical guidance for efficient, transparent and responsive decision-making processes in infrastructure investment. It supports a whole-of-government approach and covers the entire life cycle of infrastructure projects, putting special emphasis on regional, social, gender, and environmental considerations.
Explore the Infrastructure Governance Indicators (IGIs) and examples of good practice by country
The OECD Indicators on the Governance of Infrastructure (IGIs) provide a framework to map countries’ state of art regarding infrastructure governance. They serve as a diagnostic tool to help countries assess their current stage of implementation and identify the dimensions that may require more attention.
The OECD Infrastructure Toolkit offers key tools to policy makers and practitioners to face challenges related to cross-cutting themes in infrastructure. Explore below how these transversal themes are related to OECD analysis and indicators on infrastructure.