BITREBureau of Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Economics (Australia)
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In addition, it is likely that the spatial locations of male and female jobs may also differ, as might the spatial patterns of commuting to jobs according to the mode of transport for the JTW (Crane, 2007; BITRE, 2015).
7) Reports are publicly available from the BITRE website: http://www.
BITRE (Bureau of Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Economics), 2008, Public Road-Related Expenditure and Revenue in Australia (2008 Update), Information Sheet 27, Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Local Government, Commonwealth of Australia, Canberra.