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Australasian Pedestrian Facility Selection Tool [V2.0] User Guide
This user guide describes the operation and outputs of the Australasian Pedestrian Crossing Facility Selection Web Tool.
Traffic Impact Estimation Tool for Small Intersection Projects: User Guide
This User Guide is a practical ‘how-to’ guide to using the Small Intersection Evaluation (SIE) Tool.
Development of the Traffic Impact Estimation Tool for Small Intersection Projects
This report describes the development of an economic evaluation tool for small intersection projects (including signed intersections, roundabouts and signalised intersections) that can be used by practitioners working with basic traffic data to…
Road Crash Injuries: Cost and Prevention
This in-depth crash investigation study was conducted to provide information about the causes and costs of a sample of serious (hospitalised) injury crashes in NSW.
Development of the Australasian Pedestrian Facility Selection Tool
This report documents the research undertaken to develop a standardised tool to help practitioners select the most appropriate pedestrian crossing facility for a particular site.
Social Costs of Road Crashes in Australia: The Case for Willingness-to-pay Values for Road Safety
This report provides a broad indication of the methodology, project components, expertise available and indicative costs required to produce a robust national willingness to pay (WTP) estimate of the social cost of Australian road crashes.
Rural Bridge Cost Benefit Analysis and Inclusion Within an Investment Program
Economic analysis can inform investment decisions around proposed bridge projects. This paper outlines the evaluative techniques and methodologies used in appraising a proposed bridge replacement and approach realignment project located in rural…
Economics of Materials Availability and Recycling

The costs of sourcing traditional pavement materials are increasing as sources are being exhausted, haulage distances are increasing, and access to traditional sources is increasingly restricted. As a result, jurisdictions are seeking alternative…

Quantifying the Benefits of High Productivity Vehicles
This report outlines the direct and indirect benefits of High Productivity Vehicles (HPV) in Australia. Direct benefits examined include safety, productivity, fuel and environmental savings. An attempt has also been made to estimate indirect…
Valuation of Travel Time Reliability: A Review of Current Practice
This report introduces key methodologies and the associated challenges with regards to defining and measuring travel time reliability, in particular, for improving the valuation of travel time in project appraisal by Australian jurisdictions.