This Information Paper presents input-price indexes for national road construction activity for the period 1972–73 to 1982–83. This is part of a series which commenced in 1969–70.
Publications by year: 1983
This report is on the economic and financial benefits and costs of providing standard gauge railway lines to the ports of Brisbane, Melbourne and Geelong.
This report presents a review of the existing methodology for calculating attributable airport, airway and other related costs and an evaluation of alternative methods. These costs are used in the Department of Aviation's cost recovery program.
The main aim of this Occasional Paper is to provide the background to the operations of this industry for consideration by the National Road Freight Industry Inquiry and other interested parties.
This study was undertaken to assist in the development of manpower policies for the Australian merchant navy.
This Paper has been prepared as part of an investigation into the value of travel time savings. It follows on from the work reported in the Bureau of Transport Economics Occasional Paper 51 which found that little confidence could be attached to the currently available values.
Oil spills are basically chance events, their occurrences and characteristics being governed by probability distributions.
This Information Paper presents input-price indexes for national road construction activity for the period 1971–72 to 1981–82. This is part of a series which commenced in 1969–70.