Publications by year: 2005
This page is a listing of all BITRE publications released in 2005.
- Avline No 7—November 2005Statistical Report November 2005This annual report summarises activity in the Australian aviation sector.
- Focus on Regions No 4: Social CapitalInformation Paper 55November 2005This paper presents and analyses statistical information relating to social capital in Australia and its regions, using a set of 33 social capital indicators for 2001–02.
- Public Road-Related Expenditure and Revenue in Australia (2005 Update)Information Sheet 24October 2005This update covers information for the years 2002–03 for road-related expenditure by level of government and by State and Territory, as well as selected motor vehicle taxes and charges and for 2003–04, the BTRE road construction and maintenance index and Australian Government road expenditure by programme.
- External Accident Costs of Motor Vehicles RevisitedStaff Papers September 2005Staff paper given by Lyn Martin to the 28th Australasian Transport Research Forum, 28–30 September 2005, Sofitel Wentworth Hotel, Sydney.
- The Economic Efficiency of Lane Differentiation PoliciesStaff Papers September 2005Staff paper given by Dr Mark Harvey to the 28th Australasian Transport Research Forum, 28–30 September 2005, Sofitel Wentworth Hotel, Sydney.
- Waterline No 39—September 2005Statistical Report September 2005Waterline reports on trends in container handling productivity on the waterfront in Australia as well as the cost of importing and exporting containers.
- Greenhouse Gas Emissions From Australian Transport: Base Case Projections to 2020Commissioned Report August 2005This report presents the results of a BTRE study to update base case projections of greenhouse gas emissions from the Australian transport sector.
- Australian Transport Statistics—June 2005Statistics July 2005Australian Transport Statistics provides an easy introduction to a diverse range of transport statistics.
- Freight rates and competitivenessStaff Papers July 2005Paper given to the Grains West Expo 2005 at Scarborough Beach WA, 19–20 July by David Gargett, Bureau of Transport and Regional Economics.
- Health Impacts of Transport Emissions in Australia: Economic CostsWorking Paper 63June 2005This report is part of a series of BTRE research on the socioeconomic costs of transport impacts and focuses on the health impact costs of motor vehicle emissions in Australian capital cities.
- Focus on Regions No 3: Taxable IncomeInformation Paper 54June 2005The paper and associated database directly tackle the issue of quantifying economic growth in regions.
- Avline No 6—May 2005Statistical Report May 2005This annual report summarises activity in the Australian aviation sector.
- General Aviation: An Industry OverviewResearch Report 111April 2005This report profiles significant sectors of the general aviation industry.
- Risk in Cost-Benefit AnalysisResearch Report 110April 2005This report addresses different types of risk separately including downside risk, which arises from optimistic bias in forecasts and pure risk, which is the variation remaining around the mean after removing downside biases.
- Waterline No 38—March 2005Statistical Report March 2005Waterline reports on trends in container handling productivity on the waterfront in Australia as well as the cost of importing and exporting containers.
- Australian Sea Freight, 2002–2003Information Paper 53March 2005The Australian Sea Freight series presents statistics on the movement of Australian freight by sea, as well as information on port activity, fleet structure, and use of coastal permits.
- Is the World Running Out of Oil? A Review of the DebateWorking Paper 61February 2005The aim of this Working Paper is to provide an objective summary and analysis of the main issues in the debate.
- Greenhouse Gas Emissions From Australian Transport: Base Case Projections to 2020Commissioned Report January 2005This report presents the results of a Bureau of Transport and Regional Economics (BTRE) study to update base case projections of greenhouse gas emissions from the Australian transport sector.