The Paper details emissions from various segments of the transport sector, discusses the magnitude of the task involved in reducing transport emissions, and examines the potential for reducing them by alternative means.
This Paper provides a description of the short-term forecasting models used in the Bureau's quarterly publication–Transport and Communications Indicators.
This Paper provides an examination of three tax policy options. The options relate to taxation of business cars, vehicle sales tax and registration charges, and a carbon tax on transport fuel.
BTCE undertook this study to identify and analyse the factors which have influenced the supply and demand for air services on the Australia-Japan route and to examine the future prospects for the route.
This Working Paper examines past trends in the fuel efficiency of ships and aircraft, and looks at technical developments and economic factors which could yield further improvements.
This Paper presents the results of an evaluation of 51 'Black Spot' projects funded by the Australian Government, 26 in Victoria and 25 in New South Wales.
The Bureau of Transport and Communications Economics (BTCE) has provided a comprehensive analysis of the range of possible measures for reducing greenhouse gases in the transport sector.
BTCE selected the Berrima and Mittagong bypasses as the first in a series of case studies which are examining the regional development effects of infrastructure investment, and assessing whether significant economic growth benefits are omitted fro
This Working Paper is the first in a series of Working Papers which disseminates the results of a large research project into the adequacy of Australia's transport infrastructure over the next 20 years.
This Working Paper is the second in a series of Working Papers which disseminates the results of a large research project into the adequacy of Australia's transport infrastructure over the next 20 years.