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Publication by subject: Regions


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  1. Spending by Australian households on owning and operating vehicles in...

    This Information Sheet provides an in-depth study of Australian households' spending on transport, and specifically on owning and operating vehicles, based on the latest (2015–16) data from the ABS Household Expenditure Survey (HES).

    Publication Type: Information Sheet

    Publication Number: 95

    Publication Subjects: cities, regions, road

    Release Date: 26 April 2018

     
  2. Progress in Australian Regions Yearbook 2017

    This fourth edition of the Progress in Australian Regions—Yearbook updates previous editions of the Yearbook, and measures progress across Australia's regions against economic, social, environmental and governance indicators.

    Publication Type: Statistical Report

    Publication Subjects: cities, regions

    Release Date: 20 December 2017

     
  3. Fuel economy of Australian passenger vehicles—a regional perspective

    This information sheet presents Australian data on how realised rates of fuel consumption depend on key vehicle characteristics such as number of cylinders, fuel type and vehicle age. It also presents new small area estimates of the average rate of

    Publication Type: Information Sheet

    Publication Number: 91

    Publication Subjects: cities, environment and energy, infrastructure, regions, road

    Release Date: 14 August 2017

     
  4. Spending by Australian households on owning and operating vehicles

    This information sheet provides an in-depth study of Australian households’ spending on transport, and specifically on owning and operating vehicles, based on the latest (2009–10) data from the ABS Household Expenditure Survey.

    Publication Type: Information Sheet

    Publication Number: 86

    Publication Subjects: cities, regions

    Release Date: 24 May 2017

     
  5. A dozen facts about transport in Australia

    This Information Sheet provides the reader with a quick source of basic facts about the Australian transport system

    Publication Type: Information Sheet

    Publication Number: 75

    Publication Subjects: cities, environment and energy, freight, rail, regions, safety

    Release Date: 07 November 2016

     
  6. Lengthy commutes in Australia

    This research report examines the social and economic characteristics of commuters and their travel patterns.

    Publication Type: Research Report

    Publication Number: 144

    Publication Subjects: cities, regions

    Release Date: 27 May 2016

     
  7. Australia's commuting distance: cities and regions

    This Information Sheet provides estimates of average commuting distance for Australian capital cities, and other major cities and regions, based on the shortest path of the road network.

    Publication Type: Information Sheet

    Publication Number: 73

    Publication Subjects: cities, regions

    Release Date: 09 November 2015

     
  8. Changes in Australia's industry structure: cities and regions,...

    BITRE Information Sheet 57 provides information on changes between 2006 and 2011 in the industry structure of employment for different types of regional areas, as well as for Australia's capital cities and non-capital cities.

    Publication Type: Information Sheet

    Publication Number: 57

    Publication Subjects: cities, freight, infrastructure, regions

    Release Date: 30 January 2015

     
  9. National profile of Transport, postal and warehousing workers

    BITRE Information Sheet 54 provides a national profile of persons employed in the Transport, postal and warehousing industry, based on ABS census data for 2006 and 2011.

    Publication Type: Information Sheet

    Publication Number: 54

    Publication Subjects: cities, infrastructure, regions

    Release Date: 14 November 2014

     
  10. Major transport employment hubs

    BITRE Information Sheet 58 identifies the locations where transport industry employment is concentrated within Australia. The 33 largest transport employment hubs are identified and profiled: they include airports, ports, industrial areas and CBDs.

    Publication Type: Information Sheet

    Publication Number: 58

    Publication Subjects: cities, freight, infrastructure, regions

    Release Date: 14 November 2014

     
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