The Australian Sea Freight series presents statistics on the movement of Australian freight by sea, as well as information on port activity, fleet structure, and use of coastal permits. This edition focuses on sea freight activity around Australia during 2005–06.
Publications by year: 2007
Paper given to the 30th Australasian Transport Research Forum, 25–27 September 2007, Langham Hotel, Melbourne. Authors: Tim Risbey, Hema de Silva, Alicia Tong.
Paper presented to European Conference of Ministers of Transport "Workshop on Competitive Tendering for Rail Services" held in Paris on 12 January 2006. Paper to be published in forthcoming ECMT Workshop Proceedings. Author: Peter Kain.
The feature article examines the operational changes in terms of passenger traffic and aircraft movements at Australia's five major airports (Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth) over the decade 1997–2006.
The Excel file below contains tables showing the value and weight of Australian international imports and exports each quarter, by sea freight (liner and non-liner) and by air. The time series covers the period from 3rd quarter 1984 to the 1st quarter 2007.
BTRE's ex-post road investments evaluation project involves systematically reviewing after the fact the projected costs and benefits of major investments.
The index measures movements in prices of inputs used in roadworks including materials, equipment, fuel and labour. For details of how the index was constructed, see BTCE, Road Construction Price Index, Information Paper 41, AGPS 1997.
This edition of Waterline includes an article on the Maritime Crew visa which started on 1 July 2007.
This report presents the results of BTRE's tenth annual review of the Bass Strait Passenger Vehicle Equalisation Scheme. It covers the operation and impact of the Scheme up to (and including) 2005–06.
Keynote Speaker: Prof. Dr. Rothengatter is an internationally recognised authority on the application of transport theory to policymaking.