Publications by year: 2021

Statistical Report
December 2021

The aim of the Australian Infrastructure Statistics and Transport Yearbook is to provide a single, comprehensive annual source of infrastructure statistics for use by policymakers, industry leaders, transport analysts and the wider Australian community.

Statistical Report
December 2021

Waterline provides information on container movements on both the wharf-side and the landside of five Australian major container port terminals: Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Fremantle. This issue covers port terminal activity up to the December quarter 2020.

Information Sheet
December 2021

This publication uses freight vehicle telematics data to provide measures of traffic congestion for freight vehicles on 53 selected routes across Australia’s five mainland state capital cities in 2020. The results show peaks in freight vehicle average travel times coincide with morning and evening peak commuter flows.

Research Report
December 2021

This report uses an established modelling framework for forecasting the uptake of technologies that assist drivers and full vehicle automation in Australian light vehicles.

Statistics
October 2021

This file provides data on Regular Public Transport (RPT) Domestic Aviation Activity in Australia by sector type.

Each sector is classified using the ABS Australian Statistical Geography Standard (ASGS) 2016 based on location of the airport pair.

Statistical Report
September 2021

This Excel sheet provides summary series of hospitalised injuries (injury resulting in hospitalisation but not in-hospital death) from road traffic crashes.

Reviews
September 2021

The National Cities Performance Framework (NCPF) was launched in 2017 with the commitment to conduct reviews every 3 years. This report covers the feedback received and the approach for the future of the NCPF.

Information Sheet
September 2021

This publication uses freight vehicle telematics data to provide measures of traffic congestion for freight vehicles on 53 selected routes across Australia’s five mainland state capital cities. The results show peaks in freight vehicle average travel times coincide with morning and evening peak commuter flows.

Statistical Report
July 2021

This is the latest in a series of Bureau of Infrastructure and Transport Research 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.

Statistical Report
June 2021

Waterline provides information on container movements on both the wharf-side and the landside of five Australian major container port terminals: Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Fremantle. This issue covers port terminal activity up to the June quarter 2020.