In July 2003 the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, jointly with BTRE and the Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics, were asked to investigate the appropriateness of maintaining an objective that biofuels, produced in Australia from renewable resource
Publications by year: 2003
This paper presents the results of a desk study of the road freight industry. The aim of the study is to update our knowledge of the Australian freight industry by bringing together and analysing information that is currently available.
Australia, like many other developed countries, has experienced a decline in the importance of the manufacturing and agriculture sectors over recent decades, and strong growth in the services sector.
Paper presented by David Gargett, Bureau of Transport and Regional Economics & John Gafney, VicRoads Melbourne.
This issue opens with a feature article on aviation in regional Australia. The Airport Charges section has now been incorporated into the State of Play in Australian Aviation section and the indicators in this section reordered.
This paper looks at differing investment and growth patterns of irrigation dependent regions along the course of the Murray River.
Readers may be aware that we have been reviewing the indicators used in Waterline.
Paper presented by David Gargett, Bureau of Transport and Regional Economics.
This paper provides estimates of non-bulk freight flows over seven intercity corridors for three decades from 1972 to 2001. Earlier estimates to 1995 were published in Information Sheet 17.
On rural roads, the speed that a driver chooses will affect their travel time, vehicle operating costs and crash costs.