A collection of contributions by leading Australians in the field, this publication presents a range of perspectives on domestic and international trading of greenhouse emissions.
Comparable figures are provided for the first time on emissions of greenhouse gases from the Australian transport sector in 1900 and 2000.
Working Paper 10 outlines the BTCE's proposed methodology for analysing measures to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases.
While a great deal has been written on the theory and application of optimal road price and investment policy, relatively little attention has been given to the subject of roads policy in practice.
This Paper briefly describes the LAND computer package and outlines studies to verify and apply it. The LAND computer package is an educational tool.
The study focuses on the current major transport fuels, which in 1988–89 accounted for 93 per cent of Australia's transport sector energy consumption: petrol (leaded and unleaded), automotive diesel oil, fuel oil and aviation turbine fuel.
This Paper primarily examines the costs of waterfront unreliability in Australia in 1988 drawing on information provided by shipping companies and on the results of a survey of importers and exporters.
This paper provides a simple method for evaluating alternative strategies for road pavement construction and maintenance using a life cycle costing approach.
This report discusses the effect of Australian flag shipping on the balance of payments (the external account).
In the past, there have been many occasions when decision makers have wanted to know the likely effects of proposed policies on the different transport industries involved in moving non-bulk freight around Australia.