The Australian infrastructure statistics yearbook provides a single comprehensive source of Australian infrastructure time series statistics for measures of transport, energy, communications and water infrastructure and the use of this infrastructure in Australia.
Publications by year: 2020
This Information Sheet analyses the impact of COVID-19 on world oil prices and the flow through to domestic retail petrol prices in Australia.
This report briefly outlines the key outcomes of the initial round of Freight Data Exchange pilot project undertaken in 2019-20.
These reports summarise annual (calendar or financial year) international aircraft, passenger, freight and mail movements, flights, available seats, seat load factors and airline market shares. Details are provided for airline, country, city pair and airport.
This report presents road deaths and road death rates for Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) nations and Australian states and territories.
This annual survey covers all Australian registered aircraft used in the Commercial Air Transport and General Aviation sectors of the Australian aviation industry. Number of aircraft is provided, hours flown and landings by type of activity and state of operation.
This Excel sheet provides summary series of hospitalised injuries (injury resulting in hospitalisation but not in-hospital death) from road traffic crashes.
This Information Sheet provides estimates of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on freight vehicle travel times for selected routes in Australian major cities in early 2020.
This report is the latest in a series of annual road crash statistical reports. It presents annual counts of deaths, fatal crashes, injuries and standardised rates. The focus is on the last ten years.
This paper introduces an efficient and practical population synthesis routine that could be readily used to create microdata in small geographies for Australian capital cities. The aim is to ease the challenging process of preparing the necessary geocoded microdata for microsimulation and incentivise further development of activity-based microsimulation models for travel demand in Australia.