Active transport is the use of vehicles to transport goods, people, and other goods to other parts of Australia, and has grown steadily in recent years.
However, its growth has been limited by a lack of public awareness of the role it plays in the transport system.
The aim of the Australian Transport Policy Institute’s Transport Emissions Database is to help people understand the CO 2 emissions associated with active transport, and improve their understanding of emissions-related costs associated with transport.
The database contains more than 100,000 vehicle emissions records from more than 4,500 active transport operations around Australia.
As well as showing the emissions of vehicles in transport, the database also provides information on the amount of CO 2 emitted per vehicle.
The data are compiled from Transport Emission Data Reports (TEADS) which are publicly available on the Australian Government website.
Transport Emmissions Database data Source Data source The next page contains a brief introduction to the Transport Emissures Database.
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