This information sheet compiles data on urban public bus services by government and outsourced private sector providers in Australia's capital cities.
Publications by year: 2009
This report presents the results of the Bureau of Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Economics' (BITRE) twelfth review of the Bass Strait Passenger Vehicle Equalisation Scheme.
This working paper models a base case scenario for emissions projections between 2007 and 2020, assuming no further abatement measures are taken. The underlying data has been used in recent reports prepared by the Department of Climate Change and the Treasury.
Waterline reports on trends in container handling productivity on the waterfront in Australia as well as the cost of importing and exporting containers. It covers both the unloading of container ships and the transport of containers from container terminals.
This information sheet covers road-related expenditure for the years 2000–01 to 2007–08 by level of government, as well as total expenditure by state and territory.
Australian Transport Statistics provides a short summary of a diverse range of transport statistics.
Reports commissioned in 2009 by the National Transport Modelling Working Group (NTMWG) critically reviewed the current status of the modelling tools available through each of the government agencies in relation to the various models' capability in each capital city.
Paper given to the 32nd Australasian Transport Research Forum, 29 September–1 October 2009, Auckland.Authors: Godfrey Lubulwa, Rob Bolin and Anatoli Lightfoot.
In undertaking its research, BITRE is often required to estimate the likely consequences of changes in market conditions or potential policy changes. In order to do this, it uses estimates of the likely responsiveness of transport to such changes referred to as elasticities.
Paper given to the 32nd Australasian Transport Research Forum, 29 September–1 October 2009, Auckland. Authors: David Gargett, Tony Nguyen, David Cosgrove.