This Paper contains basic information on the Australian road network, and on certain related data such as travel, expenditure, vehicle stock, and freight movement.
Publications by year: 1984
This Paper presents a method of analysing the relationship between road pavement condition and roadwork, for the purpose of examining the effects of future maintenance policies.
This Paper contains an analysis of the productivity of the Glebe Island and Seatainer terminals in Port Jackson over the period 1977 to 1981.
This Information Paper presents input-price indexes for national road construction activity for the period 1973–74 to 1983–84. Earlier values of the indexes going back to 1969–70, can be found in BTE Report 49, Road Construction Price Indexes: 1969–70 to 1980–81.
The production and development of a 'National Aerodrome Plan' (NAP) represents a continuous and, in many ways, an evolving process.
This Paper deals with the operational characteristics of the Australian Road System and provides time series information to show changes over approximately the last decade in characteristics of the road system.
This report presents the results of a study of the Australian road system undertaken by the Bureau of Transport Economics in response to a direction by the then Minister for Transport in May 1982.
In March 1982 the Northern Transport Study Committee presented a submission to the Bureau of Transport Economics (BTE) on the inadequacies of the transport system serving the Gwydir and Macintyre River Valleys, commonly referred to as the north-west slopes and plains area of New South Wales.
This Report covers the interpretation of the social audit concept, the methodology for its application and potential areas of application to Australian transport. The Report also considers possible guidelines and proposals for promoting the social audit approach.
The study undertaken to produce road travel projections, and reported in this Occasional Paper, had three basic elements. Firstly, recent trends in road travel were identified.