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 infrastruct
This Report represents part of a full-scale study by BTE, at the direction of the Minister for Transport, of the development requirements for Brisbane Airport.
The Commonwealth's regulation of interstate aviation, in place for over thirty years, came to an end at midnight on 30 October 1990. This study reviews the developments in the last few months of regulation and in the first year of deregulation.
This report updates and supersedes the time series statistics presented in Report 115 and Information sheet 35 on Air transport services in regional Australia: trends and access.
Avline provides a summary of previously released Aviation related data drawing on a range of sources including BITRE, ABS, Airservices Australian and the US Energy Information Administration.
This Report presents the results of an economic comparison of alternative strategies for the development of Brisbane Airport.
In this report two alternatives for the provision of international facilities at Townsville Airport are assessed in benefit-cost terms. Unquantifiable factors are considered in conjunction with economic benefits and costs.
This Occasional Paper reports on an analysis of the factors affecting the demand for international air travel.
The importance of an efficient transport system for Australia is self-evident. Not surprisingly, both public investment and government legislation have been employed to develop transport networks over time.
The Paper presents methods used for forecasting future passenger and aircraft movements at Sydney Airport.