Austroads Publications Online


Austroads Publications Online allows you to purchase Austroads Guides and freely download more than 600 technical and research reports. You'll also find the Austroads Test Methods, Pavement Work Tips, Specifications and Technical Notes here.

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Latest Publications

Guide to Traffic Management Part 11: Parking (2017 Edition)

Austroads Guide to Traffic Management Part 11: Parking is concerned with the parking management process. It provides guidance for planners and engineers to ensure that parking is provided in a safe and efficient manner and with due regard to considerations of access to and the impact on the wider...

Webinar: Assessment of ‘Life Line’ Freight Routes

Friday, 24 February 2017 | Online, 2:00-3:00 PM AEDT In 2016 Austroads released a tool designed to identify and support investment in ‘Life Line’ freight routes. ‘Life Line’ freight routes are roads that are highly valued by local communities and regions but, ba...

The Forrest Review: Driver Licensing and Barriers to Indigenous Economic Participation

The Forrest Review recommends that all Australian State and Territory Governments “introduce a consistent approach to issuing ‘provisional’ locked licences for people who are unable to drive due to unpaid fines or other traffic infringements, so that they can get and keep a job ...

Webinar: Traffic Signal Techniques to Support Network Operation Planning

Thursday 23 February 2017 at 2:00 PM AEDT Traffic signals are a fundamental component of network operations, and with increasing congestion and multi-modal use of the network, there is more pressure on signal operators to proactively optimise operations for the benefit of all users, including ...

Accessing the Australian Road Research Board Library

Friday, 17 March 2017, 11:00 AM AEDT The Australian Road Research Board (ARRB) Library informs and connects Australia’s land transport community under the federal, state and territory-funded National Interest Services (NIS) program.  While this session is for all NIS Clients, fol...

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