Index

This blog covers many topics and geographies, and some posts are newer than others. The following tables will help you find the post(s) of most interest to you.

Census journey to work data analysis

Region By home location By work location Other analysis
Australia wide Trends in journey to work mode shares in Australian cities to 2011 The journey to work and the city centre (Australian cities 2001-2011)
Trends in journey to work mode shares in Australian cities to 2011
How multi-modal are public transport journeys to work in Australian cities?

What does the census tell us about cycling to work?

What other modes did train commuters use in their journey to work?

Melbourne Spatial changes in Melbourne journey to work 2006-2011

A spatial analysis of Melbourne 2006 journey to work mode shares

Where do people in Melbourne go to work? (2006)

How commuters got to workplaces in Melbourne, 2006 and 2011

Transport mode share to employment areas (Melbourne 2006)

A look at Melbourne CBD transport (also other cities)

Which trips are shifting modes in Melbourne?
Sydney Spatial changes in Sydney journey to work 2006-2011 How did Sydney get to work in 2006?
Brisbane Spatial changes in Brisbane journey to work 2006-2011 How commuters got to workplaces in Brisbane, 2006 and 2011
Perth Spatial changes in Perth journey to work 2006-2011

Other data analysis

Topic Patterns Trends Other
Mode share Car ownership and public transport (Melbourne)

Urban density and public transport mode share

Car and transit use per capita in Australian cities

Public transport mode share – according to household travel surveys

Public transport mode shift and road congestion

Is it better to reduce car use by growing population in regional cities rather than Melbourne’s fringe?
Public transport Mapping public transport service provision (Melbourne) Public transport patronage trends in Australasian cities

What’s driving Melbourne public transport patronage?

What sorts of people use public transport? (part one: geography, motor vehicle ownership, driver’s licence ownership)

What sorts of people use public transport? (part two: age, main activity, income, employment, household type)

What other modes did train commuters use in their journey to work?

What’s a good PT fare system? And what does that mean for smartcards?

How complex is Sydney’s new MyZone PT fare system?

Private transport Changes in Melbourne motor vehicle ownership 2006 to 2011 Traffic volumes on Australian toll roads

Trends in driver’s licence ownership in Australia

Trends in Melbourne Traffic

Trends in car ownership

Trends in car occupancy

Are congestion costs going to double? An analysis of vehicle kms in Australian cities

Travel patterns How does travel vary across Melbourne and regional centres in Victoria?

Spatial analysis of Melbourne household travel data

Urban density, form and demographics How is Melbourne’s population density changing? (2006-2016)

Comparing the densities of Australian and European cities

How do Australian and European cities compare for population and area?

Comparing the residential densities of Australian cities (2011)

A first look at 2011 Melbourne residential density, and how it has changed

Urban density and public transport mode share

What does Melbourne’s urban density look like? (2006)

Are Melbourne’s suburbs full of quarter acre blocks?

How is Melbourne’s population density changing? (2006-2016)

Melbourne urban sprawl and consolidation

Are Australian cities becoming denser?

Visualising the changing density of Australian cities

The growth of Melbourne, 1986-2011, animated

Visualising the changing socio-economic landscape of Melbourne (1986-2011)

Which Australian city is sprawling the most?

City centres The journey to work and the city centre (Australian cities 2001-2011) A look at Melbourne CBD transport
Energy and emissions Trends in transport greenhouse gas emissions

Peak oil

A look at international transport emissions

Policy issues

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