Bureau of Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Economics

Source Details

Link to organisation: http://www.bitre.gov.au/

Source Acronym: BITRE

15 December 2016

Aims to provide a single, comprehensive annual source of infrastructure statistics for use by policymakers, industry leaders, transport analysts and the wider Australian community.

Discussion paper
11 July 2014

Explores what productivity is and how it is measured, why multi-factor productivity is important to the welfare of Australians, and major productivity trends in Australia—notably the industry-wide...

12 May 2014

This report reviews the circumstances where upgrading of regional passenger rail services can be an effective substitute for, or precursor to, construction of a dedicated high-speed railway. ...

5 May 2014

Drawing on census data, this report identifies the major trends in the size and distribution of Australia's towns over the twentieth century. It examines the processes of change and the long term...

24 June 2013

This report presents summaries of road deaths and road death rates for Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) nations and Australian states and territories.

The rates...

30 May 2013

This report discusses changes in South East Queensland's geography of population and employment and the impacts on commuting, with a view to providing a solid evidence base about the trends that...

21 February 2013

This information sheet provides evidence about the relationship between airport infrastructure and economic activity. It draws together evidence from the international literature and evidence for...

1 February 2013

During the 12 months to the end of June 2012, 225 people died from 200 fatal crashes involving heavy trucks or buses. These included:

– 124 deaths from 112 crashes involving articulated...

29 October 2012

The Sydney report discusses changes in the geography of population and employment and the impacts on commuting.

It also investigates the trends in relation to the relevant...

20 July 2012

Passenger and freight services are considered in this overview of the urban railway systems in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth and Adelaide.