This report presents long-term forecasts of total Australian freight volumes, by major transport mode, between 2020 and 2050.
This report presents long-term forecasts of Australian road freight volumes, for interstate, intrastate and capital cities for each state and territory in Australia. The estimates cover the period 1970 to 2020 and forecasts from 2020 to 2040.
This report uses an established modelling framework for forecasting the uptake of technologies that assist drivers and full vehicle automation in Australian light vehicles.
This report presents long-term forecasts of total Australian freight volumes, for road, rail, coastal shipping and aviation, between 2018 and 2040.
This report describes an approach to estimating likely electric vehicle uptake for each of 22 countries around the world.
The report models petrol prices in 24 countries around the world - the world oil price determines the energy content of the petrol price, and then adding in taxes produces a prediction of the country's petrol price.
This study investigates whether data on domestic aviation activity in Australia could be used as an indicator of Australian economic activity–with the view of developing an indicator of regional economic activity should initial tests be successful
A common rational for the making of transport-related forecasts is the need to anticipate the growth of transport activity and the demand it will place on transport infrastructure.
Paper prepared for the ANZSOG Infrastructure Research Workshop, Canberra, 2015. Author: Mark Harvey
The avoidable cost of congestion for the Australian capital cities is estimated to be around $16.5 billion for the 2015 financial year, having grown from about $12.8 billion for 2010.