RMIT University report ‘Transport Policy at the Crossroads: Travel to work in Australian capital cities 1976-2011’

Commuters are turning back to trains, trams and buses in record numbers, with new analysis by RMIT University researchers revealing the last five years have seen the biggest jump in public transport usage across Australia in 35 years. The report, Transport Policy at the Crossroads: Travel to work in Australian capital cities 1976-2011, is the only study that uses census data to examine the habits of commuters in seven capital cities and analyse work travel trends since 1976. It includes a state-by-state breakdown.

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