The Transport Agency collects transport data from investment partners as well as a range of government and non-government sources. This information, in the form of tables, reports and interactive tools, is useful to decision makers across the land transport sector. It covers Funding (external link) , Mode of transport (external link) , Transport networks (external link) , Economics and demographics (external link) , Safety statistics (external link) , Environment and public health (external link) and Transport interventions (external link) .
Find out how much the Transport Agency and local authorities spend on transport including infrastructure, transport planning, road maintenance, walking and cycling, and passenger transport.
Statistics about how people choose to travel, and the use of actual public transport, motor vehicles, walking and cycling.
These tools provide information to support road safety planning in your area. This ranges from the high-level overview, such as that provided by the road safety action planning tool, to detailed information around the circumstances of crashes, such as that provided by the road safety by suburb wizard.
Information about networks, transport, networks including assets, congestion, vehicle kilometres travelled, bridge, road and cycle way metrics, works carried out on local roads and state highways and the condition of roads.
A number of external factors help to inform transport decision making, including population data, levels of socio-economic deprivation, fuel prices and freight statistics.
Check out a range of statistics about the impact of transport on the environment, including vehicle fuel efficiency, age and emissions.
See how demand for transport changes as car travel costs, investment in roads, and public transport fares and service frequencies move up or down, using the Transport Strategy Communications Model to test the effect of transport interventions.
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