This Information Paper identifies for 1979–80 the freight movements which occurred on Australian railways and the sizes of particular flows.
Publications by year: 1982
The study shows that the coal export trade from the port of Hay Point will provide most of the shipping which will use Hydrographers Passage.
This paper provides a consistent series of road expenditure data by Commonwealth, State and local government over the 10 years 1970–71 to 1979–80. It does not include data on road expenditure by the private sector (e.g.
The main aim of this Paper is to take a step towards filling the gap in the information available on the transport needs of the disabled.
This Paper presents the results of a study on the performance of roads in a small and therefore more simply analysed region. A road user's view was adopted for performance evaluation during the study and the report's structure represents a methodology for similar future evaluations.
This paper describes a small-scale Delphi survey of participants in a BTE workshop, held to discuss the Future of Urban Passenger Transport in Australia. The survey was not central to the workshop, but rather the workshop provided a convenient focus and venue for such a survey to be mounted.
Estimates of the operating costs of ships are central to the analysis of a range of issues in shipping and ports investment and operations. As part of BTE studies a substantial body of information on ships operations had been assembled.
This Paper seeks to provide an understanding of runway capacity and of the factors on which it depends. The analysis is incorporated in a set of easy-to-use models for the estimation of delays to aircraft under any given pattern of demand.
This Paper has been prepared in response to a general concern that value of time in transport analysis, while acknowledged to be important, was not being accorded that importance in practice.
This Occasional Paper compares road expenditure and road user taxation in Australia with that in five overseas countries (Canada, Federal Republic of Germany, Great Britain, New Zealand and USA).