On 5 September2014, Assistant Minister for Infrastructure and Regional Development, the HonJamie Briggs MP, released for public comment, a proposed project appraisal framework,developed by the Bureau of Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Econo
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Keynote Speaker: Prof. Dr. Rothengatter is an internationally recognised authority on the application of transport theory to policymaking.
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This is the 2007 update of BITRE's economic growth database. For the latest update of the database, please click here Regional economic growth database update 2005–06.
Australian Transport Statistics provides a short summary of a diverse range of transport statistics.
In order to maximise the value of urban transport modelling as a tool for improving urban congestion interventions, a National Workshop on Urban Transport Modelling was held in Canberra on 5 March 2008.
BITRE's upcoming comprehensive publication will provide a more detailed analysis of the factors that impact on the full range of living costs across Australia.
This booklet provides an accessible introduction to social, economic and environmental statistics for Australia's regions.