In Australia, road transport is the predominant mode for moving freight within the country, especially interstate and within capital cities.
Publications by year: 2010
An earlier paper (Gargett et al 2009) showed, by very preliminary analysis of the Victorian road fatality rate, that a combination of increased seat belt wearing, random breath testing (RBT) and speed cameras explained almost all of the reduction in the Victorian road fatality rate since the late
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 report identifies recent spatial changes in employment and the residential population within Perth, and investigates how commuting behaviour has responded to these changes.
This paper discusses high-speed train services. The paper sets out what is meant by 'high-speed', explains the objective of introducing services and sets out where they have been introduced. The paper also considers funding experiences and Australian high-speed train proposals.
Paper published in the International journal of sustainable transportation, 2015, 9(4):241-53. Author: Mark Harvey
This report provides estimates and forecasts of interstate freight moving between 56 state-to-state origin-destination pairs, for example, South Australia-Queensland.
Paper given to the 33rd Australasian Transport Research Forum, 29 September–1 October 2010, Canberra. Author: Jack McAuley.
Paper given to the 33rd Australasian Transport Research Forum, 29 September–1 October 2010, Canberra. Authors: Hema de Silva, Anatoli Lightfoot.
Paper given to the 33rd Australasian Transport Research Forum, 29 September–1 October 2010, Canberra. Authors: Tim Risbey, Mark Cregan, Hema de Silva.