The Australian infrastructure statistics 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.
Publications by year: 2016
This information sheet covers a wide range of subjects, including commuting, freight, rail, energy and safety. The following 12 facts are included:
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.
This Information Sheet covers a wide range of subjects, including volume and length of commuting, traffic congestion and commuting patterns. The following five questions are discussed:
Trainline is a compendium of Australia's railways. The compendium provides insights, analysis, and an understanding of the railway industry. Australia's railways are evolving, with changes both outside and within the industry.
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 Information Sheet provides revised estimates of road freight by State, capital city and rest-of-state. The long-term trend in growth has been substantial, interrupted only by the 1990 recession and the Global Financial Crisis.
This Information Sheet presents 2013–14 road traffic volumes across the Australian National Land Transport Network (NLTN)–the integrated network of land transport linkages of strategic national importance. It is an update on estimates presented for 2011–12 in BITRE Information Sheet 63.
This paper provides an overview of toll roads in Australia based on available information. It covers a range of subjects including information on traffic performance, industry structure and benefits of toll roads and future challenges.
The National Road Safety Strategy 2011–2020 (NRSS) presents a 10-year plan to reduce the annual numbers of both deaths and serious injuries on Australian roads by at least 30 per cent.