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Driving Australian Highways

HIGALWAY DRIDING AUSTRALIA FACTS ABOUT AUSTRALIAN ROADS AND HOW FAR WE TRAVEL ON THEM HIGHEST HIGHWAY ROAD TOLLS IN AUSTRALIA LOWEST Pacific NSW F6 Hume VIC Sturt Bruce (Most dangerous in Aus) Dukes Gore/Leichhart South East Freeway QLD SA Bunbury WA Coolgardie - Esperance Midland TAS Tasman Barkly Barton & Federal tied Stuart NT Barton & Federal tied ACT NUMBER OF HIGHWAYS PER STATE LONGEST AND HIGHEST ROADS 14 Great Alpine Road - height: 1,840 m 31 Kosciuszko Road - height: 1,837 m 26 15 30 Stuart HIghway - length: 2710 km (NT & SA) Bruce Hlghway - length: 1670 km (QLD) Eyre Highway - length: 1670 km (SA & WA), FUEL Passenger vehicles consumed 18,431 million litres of fuel in 2010, of which 84.1% (15,497 million) was petrol DARWIN DRIDING BETWEEN AUSTRALIAN CITIES CAIRNS 4250 ALICE SPRINGS 2680 3143 BRISBANE 2725 1010 PERTH 963 SUDNEY ADELAIDE CANBERRA MELBOURNE Adelaide 1533 2044 3143 1204 3042 728 2725 1427 Alice Springs 1533 3100 2500 2680 1489 2270 3630 2850 HOBART Brisbane 2044 3100 1718 1268 3415 1669 4384 1010 Cairns 3143 2500 1718 2922 3100 3387 5954 2730 DISTANCE Canberra 1204 2680 1268 2922 3917 647 3911 288 Darwin 3042 1489 3415 3100 3917 4045 4250 3991 Motor vehicles in Australia travelled Melbourne 728 2270 1669 3387 647 4045 3430 963 an estimated 226,632 million kilometres in 2010 Perth 2725 3630 4384 5954 3911 4250 3430 4110 Sydney 1427 2850 1010 2730 288 3991 963 4110 AVERAGE KM TRAVELLED PER CAR AUSTRALIAN PASSENGER CARS 16,240 1971/72 - 1990/91 1990/91 · 2008/09 15,800 16k 48% Total distance travelled 25% 15k 13,700 E 14k Number of 49% vehicles 36% 13k Overall average km travelled 15% 3% 1971/72 1990 / 91 2008 / 09 per car VEHICLES TOLL ROADS IN AUSTRALIA In the 12 months ended 31 October 2010 there were an $$$ $$ $$ NSW DIC QLD estimated 16.0 million vehicles registered in Australia $$$ $$$ $ Southern Link (M1) Western Link (M2) Eastern Distributor (M1) Gateway Extension Hills Motorway (M2) South Western Motorway (M5) not including M5 East Westlink (M7) Logan Motorway Clem 7 Batman Avenue (Melbourne) EastLink (M3) Go Between Bridge Lane Cove Tunnel The Sydney Harbour Bridge and Tunnel THERE ARE NO TOLL ROADS IN THE OTHER STATES Military Road E-Ramps Cross City Tunnel http://www.ausrap.org/ausrap/performance-tracking-report/pdfs/AUSRAP-report-2011-How-Safe-Are-Our-Roads.pdf http://www.ozroads.com.au/NSW/Highways/highways.htm http://www.ozroads.com.au/ http://www.bitre.gov.au/publications/92/Files/BITRE_Yearbook_16Mar2011.pdf http://www.abs.gov.au/ausstats/abs@.nsf/mf/9208.0 http://www.sydney.com.au/driving-in-australia.htm http://www.bonzle.com/c/a?a-f&csc=lr http://sydneymotorways.com/commonquestions.html https://www.govia.com.au/via/home/About-go+via/Maps-and-toll-roads/ http://www.travelvictoria.com.au/victoria/tollroads/ http://www.discovery-carhire.com.au/tol_roads.php https://www.govia.com.au/via/home/About-go+via/Maps-and+toll-roads/ Adelaide Brisbane säupds əy Cairns Perth ------- suunoq kaups

Driving Australian Highways

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With our well-built highways linking us from one state to another, it's no wonder Australians like to hit the road and make the most out of our holidays. We've compiled some interesting facts about Au...

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