The rapid development of mining in the Pilbara region of north west Australia has already increased the transport task in the region and is expected to increase it much more.
This is the second Report by the BTE on capital investment in urban public transport, the previous Report having been produced in June 1972.
The evaluations presented in this Report have been made to determine the least cost sleeper alternative for each of three railway projects.
This study attempts a quantitative assessment of Tasmania's transport disabilities relative to the other States and covers interstate shipping to Tasmania, together with closely related topics such as Tasmanian port operations and freight forwardi
This Report presents the evaluations of alternative public transport improvements in the urban corridor between Perth and Fremantle.
This Report was prepared as the basis for the Standing Committee of Advisers report to the Australian Transport Advisory Council on urban public transport needs in this decade.
The general approach in this Report is to concentrate on the costs directly borne by wool at the various stages of ownership from grower to mill.
Subsequent growth in Canberra, particularly in the post-war period, and projections suggesting continued rapid growth, prompted the Minister for Shipping and Transport in 1964 to request from the Commonwealth Railways Commissioner a report on the