The National Ports Strategy was developed by Infrastructure Australia (IA) and the National Transport Commission (NTC) in 2010 at the request of the Council of Australian Governm
Publications by year: 2014
The trends evident in BITRE's earlier Information Sheet (BITRE 2009) have continued since 2008. Vehicle sales have increased, with the SUV and LCV categories continuing to increase their shares.
This Information Sheet presents the quarterly Road Construction and Maintenance Price Index figures for the year 2013–14. Additionally, it presents sub-indexes by activity type for road maintenance and road construction, and by road type for local sealed, local unsealed, and arterial roads.
This report presents 20-year forecasts of exports and imports of containerised and non-containerised freight and sea passenger movements through Australia's five largest capital city ports and, in aggregation, all other ports.
The Yearbook provides a comprehensive evidence base to examine long-term and emerging trends as well as inform policy development and regulatory reform in the transport, energy, water and communications sectors.
Report 140 presents the results of a BITRE review of the impacts of road trauma.
On 5 September2014, Assistant Minister for Infrastructure and Regional Development, the HonJamie Briggs MP, released for public comment, a proposed project appraisal framework,developed by the Bureau of Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Economics, inconsultation with state and territory gove
Trainline 2 is a collaborative report between the Australasian Railway Association (ARA) and BITRE. It is a further development of the previous rail freight performance publications series and Trainline 1.
This Information Sheet identifies the 33 largest spatial concentrations of transport industry employment within Australia. These major transport employment hubs are all located within the five most populous capital cities and include airports, ports, CBDs and a range of industrial areas.
This study aims to improve understanding of the current characteristics of the Transport, postal and warehousing (TPW) workforce and how the workforce is evolving over time.