The Australian road system and road authorities national performance measures

In 1993, Austroads established a program to develop and implement a rigorous set of National Performance Measures for the Road System and of Road Authorities. In 1994, the Austroads Council agreed to a statement of the role of the road systems, a statement of the areas of outcomes seen as relevant for measuring the effectiveness of road system investment and management, together with a set of nationally-based measures for the performance of the road system and of the road authorities. This report publishes data for the first set of eleven National Performance Measures for the Australian road system and of road authorities. The measures are: (1) serious casualty crashes per head of population (2) serious casualty crashes per vehicle-km (3) road fatalities per head of population (4) road fatalities per vehicle-km (5) persons hospitalised per head of population (6) persons hospitalised per vehicle-km (7) social cost of casualty crashes per head of population (8) social cost of casualty crashes per vehicle-km travelled (9) greenhouse gas emissions (10) user transaction efficiency (11) user transaction additional cost


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  • Pagination: 17p + appendices

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  • Accession Number: 01435185
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Source Agency: ARRB
  • ISBN: 0855884673
  • Report/Paper Numbers: AP-122/95
  • Files: ATRI
  • Created Date: Aug 24 2012 6:51PM