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  • National Freight Data

    Freight vehicle congestion in Australia’s five major cities – 2022

    This publication is the fourth in an annual series that uses vehicle telematics data to provide measures of traffic congestion for freight vehicles for selected routes across Australia’s five mainland state capital cities—Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth. The selected routes...
  • National Freight Data

    Freight vehicle congestion in Australia’s five major cities – 2021

    This publication is the third in the series that uses vehicle telematics data to provide measures of traffic congestion for freight vehicles for selected routes across Australia’s five mainland state capital cities—Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth. The selected routes comprise the...
  • National Freight Data

    Vehicle Speed and Congestion Data

    Data collected under BITRE’s vehicle telematics collection has been used to derive measures of median speed, which can be employed as an indicative measure of traffic congestion for freight vehicles. It should be noted that currently heavy vehicles in the telematics dataset are small compared...
  • National Freight Data

    Freight vehicle congestion in Australia’s five major cities – 2020

    This publication is the second in a planned regular series that uses vehicle telematics data to provide measures of traffic congestion for freight vehicles on 53 selected routes across Australia’s five mainland state capital cities—Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth. The selected...
  • National Freight Data

    Freight route performance under COVID-19

    This Information Sheet provides estimates of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on freight vehicle travel times for selected routes in Australian major cities in early 2020. The results show that whilst there was no significant change in freight vehicle traffic volumes over that period, freight...
  • National Freight Data

    Regional port catchments for road freight

    This Information Sheet uses freight vehicle telematics data to illustrate the freight catchment areas of Australia’s five mainland capital city ports. The report includes maps showing a sample of private freight vehicle movements, comprising several hundred thousand journeys, to and from each...
  • National Freight Data

    Freight vehicle congestion in Australia’s five major cities - 2019

    This publication is the first of a planned annual series that uses vehicle telematics data to provide measures of traffic congestion for freight vehicles on 53 selected routes across Australia’s five mainland state capital cities—Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth. The selected...
  • National Freight Data

    Road Construction Cost

    This report benchmarks the costs of road construction and the timeliness of infrastructure procurement processes for projects undertaken by states and territories since 2015.
  • National Freight Data

    Interstate freight in Australia

    his report provides estimates and forecasts of interstate freight moving between 56 state-to-state origin-destination pairs, for example, South Australia-Queensland.
  • National Freight Data

    External Costs of Inter-Capital Freight in Australia

    Paper given to the 33rd Australasian Transport Research Forum, 29 September–1 October 2010, Canberra. Author: Jack McAuley.
  • National Freight Data

    Road Freight Estimates by State/Territory

    Paper given to the 31st Australasian Transport Research Forum, 2 October–3 October 2008, Gold Coast. Authors: David Gargett, Afzal Hossain
  • National Freight Data

    Interstate Freight on States Roads

    Paper given to the 29th Australasian Transport Research Forum, 27–29 September 2006, Crowne Plaza Surfers Paradise, Gold Coast. Authors: David Gargett, Afzal Hossain and David Cosgrove.
  • National Freight Data

    National road network intercity traffic projections to 2030

    This report provides long-term passenger and freight vehicle traffic projections for intercity corridors of the National Land Transport Network (NLTN) between 2005 and 2030.
  • National Freight Data

    COAG urban congestion review

    COAG commissioned the Review in February 2006 with a focus on national freight corridors but also examining local networks where they interact with, and impact on, these corridors. The Review report was prepared by a working group of representatives from the Department of Transport and Regional...
  • National Freight Data

    Freight rates and competitiveness

    Paper given to the Grains West Expo 2005 at Scarborough Beach WA, 19–20 July by David Gargett, Bureau of Transport and Regional Economics.
  • National Freight Data

    Land Transport Infrastructure Pricing: An Introduction

    The BTRE projects that the total freight task will continue to grow strongly. Such growth will increase the infrastructure maintenance needs and possibly hasten the need for capacity expansion. Setting prices for infrastructure use that reflect costs provides important signals as to the...
  • National Freight Data

    Adequacy of transport Infrastructure: Rail

    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. The assessment covers all four modes of transport–road, rail, air and sea–with the primary...
  • National Freight Data

    Adequacy of Transport Infrastructure: Urban Roads

    This Working Paper is the fifth 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. The assessment covers all four modes of transport–road, rail, air and sea–with the primary...
  • National Freight Data

    Demand Projections for Auslink Non-Urban Corridors: Methodology and Projections

    The Australian Government's AusLink initiative represents a new approach to planning and funding Australia's land transport infrastructure. Under AusLink the Australian Government will fund projects that have the greatest contribution to Australia's long-term economic prosperity, irrespective of...
  • National Freight Data

    Submission to the Productivity Commission Road and Rail Freight Infrastructure P...

    The submission commences with a brief general discussion of the economics of road and rail infrastructure and some implications for pricing; examines the relationship between estimates of road infrastructure costs attributable to Australian heavy vehicle operators and charges paid, both at the...
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