New vehicle technologies and fuels will drive the future of road transport in Australia. This document sets out the Australian Government’s direction and practical actions that will encourage the private sector to commercially deploy low emissions road transport technologies at scale.
This draft strategy document takes an integrated, cross‐sectoral view of infrastructure planning, making 95 draft recommendations to the Victorian government across both metropolitan and regional Victoria.
In this report, the Ministry of Transport updates the social cost of road crashes and injuries annually to allow comparison of the costs and benefits of any road safety actions in current dollars.
The purpose of this paper is to attempt an evaluation of the results to date of the Melbourne privatisation process, with a view to establishing whether it represents an improvement over continued government operation.
Studies of urban travel – where people travel to, how they get there, for what purpose and for how long – have become increasingly sophisticated in their recognition of the complexity of urban travel.
The papers in this session address the conference theme of The Connected City, which explores the provision of urban infrastructure.
Australian governments are fast-tracking their transport projects, hoping for an infrastructure-led recovery from the pandemic-induced recession. This report argues that governments need to rethink major projects that have been promised or are under construction, particularly those announced without a business case.
This audit was conducted to see if the Department of Transport, and the Major Transport Infrastructure Authority, had effectively addressed recommendations made in an earlier (2017) audit report.
See how Australians' expectations and attitudes towards the COVID-19 pandemic are changing in real-time. This tracker showcases the full suite of information we have available from the beginning of the 'Taking the Pulse of the Nation' survey, highlighting how Australians are adapting to various changes...