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Welcome to Austroads Publications Online

The Austroads online publications website allows customers to purchase Austroads guides in PDF and hard copy as well as download a large range of technical and research reports in PDF for free. A notification service called Roadwatch sends an email to you alerting you of new products and updates based on your subject selections. To have access to purchasing, free downloading, and the Roadwatch notification service, you need to register as a user of the Austroads publications website. It is free to become a registered user. To sign up to create a registered user account click here. If you have any feedback about the new website, please to email us using the ‘Feedback’ tab on the left. All existing member and subscriber user IDs and passwords should be working. If you are having trouble logging in please call the Austroads office on +61 2 9264 7088.

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Mapping previous Austroads publications to the new

The recent guides supersede previous releases. To keep track of these changes and to know which parts/guides replace the previous releases we have developed a user friendly table that allows you to cross reference the previous publications with what new publication replaces it. Please click here.

Publication list:

Click here to download the March 2014 publications list.

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Latest Publications

Light Freight Vehicles and Urban Logistics

The number of light commercial vehicles in Australia has increased at a faster rate than both population and state economic growth. This report examines the contribution of light commercial vehicles and light rigid trucks to the urban supply chain. It also considers their impact on traffic c...



Freight Axle Mass Limits Investigation Tool (FAMLIT) User Guide

This is a user guide to the Freight Axle Mass Limits Investigation Tool (FAMLIT) software which is designed to calculate the marginal cost of road pavement wear across the Australian road network. FAMLIT is a Microsoft Excel-based tool and has been developed for use by state road agencies. Thi...



Australian National Risk Assessment Model

The Australian National Risk Assessment Model (ANRAM) helps road agencies identify fatal and serious injury (severe) crash risk across all parts of the road network. ANRAM helps road agencies manage this risk through development of treatment programs aimed at reducing fatal and serious injury cra...



Cycling Aspects of Austroads Guides (2014)

Cycling Aspects of Austroads Guides contains information that relates to the planning, design and traffic management of cycling facilities and is sourced from Austroads Guides, primarily the Guide to Road Design, the Guide to Traffic Management and the Guide to Road Safety. It i...



C-ITS Interoperability with Existing ITS Infrastructure

This report defines how emerging C-ITS will integrate with existing ITS currently being operated by Austroads member road agencies. The report is limited to investigating what is required to achieve interoperability between 5.9 ITS (a term used to describe a subset of C-ITS which utilises 5.9 GHz...



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