Friday, 6th December 2013
Australian Infrastructure Statistics Yearbook 2013
Source: Bureau of Infrastructure,Transport and Regional Economics (Australia)
From the Foreword:
The aim of the Australian infrastructure statistics yearbook is to provide a single, comprehensive annual source of infrastructure statistics for use by policymakers, industry leaders, transport analysts and the wider Australian community.
The publication is primarily a source of long-term, aggregate time series infrastructure statistics. In most cases the time series extend to 2011–12. A brief introduction is provided to explain the structure of the publication and areas identified for further development. Most statistics included in the publication are currently collected by BITRE or other Australian, state or territory government agencies.
The tables are presented within a logical framework to assist the comparison and analysis of statistics across the various forms of infrastructure.This framework also identifies areas where further statistics may provide a more complete statistical picture of Australian infrastructure.
TheYearbook is presented in five Parts:
Part I: Infrastructure and the economy
Part T: Transport
Part E: Energy
Part C: Communications, and
Part W: Water
+ Direct link to Yearbook (PDF; 9.5 MB)
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