This report presents 20-year forecasts of exports and imports of containerised and non-containerised freight and sea passenger movements through Australia's five largest capital city ports and, in aggregation, all other ports.
Report 140 presents the results of a BITRE review of the impacts of road trauma.
This report reviews the options available for upgrading existing passenger train services, drawing from local and international case studies to inform the conclusions.
This is a historical, economic analysis of change in Australian settlement patterns over a century. Towns have been subject to significant economic, social and technological changes since 1911.
This report provides an overview of the different patterns of road fatality and injury rates in 21 countries, and their determinants.
This is the first comparative study of spatial changes in population, jobs and commuting patterns within Australia's largest cities.
The report provides a profile of Australia's principal bulk ports and the logistics chain that delivers commodities through those ports.
The South East Queensland report discusses changes in the geography of population and employment and the impacts on commuting, with a view to providing a solid evidence base about the trends that have been shaping the region in recent years.
This report allows understanding on forecasting of city passenger travel by motor vehicles and urban public transport. It will aid planning and policy development regarding urban public transport and motor vehicle traffic in cities.
This report presents forecasts of air passenger movements through Australia's eight capital city airports and five largest non-capital city airports (Newcastle, Cairns, Gold Coast, Townsville and Launceston).