The Australian National University (ANU) was engaged by the Bureau of Infrastructure and Transport Research Economics (BITRE) to develop a model to estimate the social cost of road crashes in Australia.
Updated content: this report replaces the version uploaded on Friday 14 October. Text and chart changes have been made to the report’s section on age.
This Information Sheet provides descriptive analysis of run-off road (RoR) crashes and compares these with other types of crashes in Australia. Between 2016 to 2020, the average annual number of road deaths in Australia was 1,187.
The aim of the Australian Infrastructure Statistics and Transport Yearbook is to provide a single, comprehensive annual source of infrastructure statistics for use by policymakers, industry leaders, transport analysts and the wider Australian comm
Older issues of Road Trauma Australia—Annual Summaries are available below.
The Australian infrastructure statistics yearbook provides a single comprehensive source of Australian infrastructure time series statistics for measures of transport, energy, communications and water infrastructure and the use of this infrastructure in Australia.
The Australian infrastructure statistics yearbook provides a comprehensive evidence base to examine long-term and emerging trends as well as inform policy development and regulatory reform in the transport, energy, water and communications sectors