Waterline reports on trends in (a) throughput, (b) container handling productivity and (c) the cost of importing and exporting containers through Australia's five major container ports.
Publications by year: 2015
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.
The Freightline series is intended to provide information on interregional freight movements across Australia, filling a major gap in Australian transport-related data and information, to help better inform and support policy development and infrastructure planning.
The avoidable cost of congestion for the Australian capital cities is estimated to be around $16.5 billion for the 2015 financial year, having grown from about $12.8 billion for 2010.
The 2011 average commuting distances reflect recent evidence on commuting from home to a place of work at a range of spatial classifications or localities.
Australian, State and Territory Governments are committed to improving the infrastructure that is critical to efficient, productive and equitable operations of our economy.
Trainline 3 is a collaborative compendium between the Australasian Railway Association (ARA) and BITRE, providing insights, analysis, and an understanding of the Australian freight and passenger railway industry.
This Information Sheet presents the quarterly road construction and maintenance price index for the year 2014–15. Additionally, it presents sub-indexes by activity type for road construction and road maintenance, and by road type for arterial, sealed local and unsealed local roads.
This is the latest in a series of Bureau of Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Economics (BITRE) reports that provide information on Australian sea freight movements, vessel activity, the use of coastal trading licences, and the size and composition of the Australian trading fleet.
In this paper, several sources of bicycle crash data and exposure data are used to provide an overview of cycling safety and data sources in Australia. Recent trends are identified. Section 1 presents latest casualty and fatality statistics, including tabulations by jurisdiction and age group.