Transport analysis and modelling
Moving the Australian economy
Deloitte Access Economics analyses and models how transport and the economy interact. We have analysed transport projects, strategies and policy across road, rail, air, sea and pipelines.
Transport is central to the Australian economy. Our sea and air ports connect us to the world’s markets; roads and rail move goods around the country. Australians spend an average of 53 minutes a day commuting to and from work and Australian Governments spend in the order of $20 billion a year on roads alone.
Deloitte Access Economics helps our clients understand the relationship between transport and the economy. In particular we help our clients:
- Analyse transport projects - so the most beneficial projects are invested in
- Understand strategic issues when comparing transport modes
- Develop transport policy
- Model how improvements in transport will create benefits for other parts of the economy
- Forecast transport movements.
Deloitte Access Economics has experience across all modes of transport – road, rail, sea, air and pipeline.
Value of Rail
Identifying ways to help rail achieve its potential
This report, written for the Australasian Railway Association, seeks to identify and quantify, where possible, the benefits from rail transport that are not captured in prices and which accrue to the community at large. These benefits include: improved land use and urban densification; lower carbon emissions; reduced congestion; fewer accidents; removing barriers to social inclusion; improving land values; and enhanced energy security.
Economic Impact of a Western Sydney airport
Planning for the future growth of aviation in the Sydney region
Commissioned by the NSW Business Chamber this report examines the economic impact of the development of a Western Sydney Airport at Badgerys Creek on the Western Sydney and broader Sydney region.
Improving Air Access
Liberalising air services agreements
The regulatory stance towards Air Services Agreements (ASAs) is of great economic and social importance for Australia. The Australian Airports Association (AAA) engaged Deloitte Access Economics to examine the potential economic impacts of liberalised ASAs.
Opportunities for greater passenger rolling stock procurement efficiency
Efficiencies in rail procurement
Deloitte Access Economics produced a report for the Australasian Railway association which investigated inefficiencies in the current approach to procuring rolling stock in Australia. This identified that procurement was not well timed, planned or ordered at an efficient scale. We estimated the direct budget savings from better procurement practices and translated this into flow on economic benefits.
The benefits of mixed use in the Southern Industrial Area
The strategic potential of Sydney's South
Commissioned by Goodman Australia (Limited) this report examines the benefits of mixed use in the Southern Industrial Area (SIA) in Sydney. The area is close to Sydney CBD, Port Botany and the airport and forms part of the NSW Government’s Global Economic Corridor. Rezoning and future development in this region therefore has significant economic and social implications for the economy of the Sydney Local Government Area (LGA) and Metro Sydney.