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Future Freight Networks : Yearbook 2011
20 BITRE Australian Infrastructure Statistics Yearbook 2011 AUSTRALIAN DOMESTIC FREIGHT TASK, BY MODE OF TRANSPORT Road Rail Coastal shipping 0 50 100 150 200 250 2008–092006–072004–052002–032000–011998–991996–971994–951992–931990–911988–891986–871984–851982–831980–811978–791976–771974–751972–731970–71BILLIONTONNEKILOMETRES Strategies Actions Responsibility Timeframe a. position Australian Logistics Council as the ‘go to’ organisation representing the major and national companies in the Australian freight transport and logistics industry I. Australian Logistics Council to communicate revised 2011 Strategic Plan to members and key industry/government stakeholders CEO - Australian Logistics Council Dec 2010 II. Influence and advocacy to core stakeholders: COAG » Department of Infrastructure and Transport » ATC » Standing Committee on Transport » Infrastructure Australia » Productivity Commission » NTC » State/territory Departments of infrastructure and transport. » CEO - Australian Logistics Council Ongoing with regular reporting to the Board on progress and outcomes III. Influence and advocacy to other stakeholders: Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet » Workplace Relations Ministerial Council » Local Government and Planning Ministers’ Council » Environment Protection and Heritage Council » Department of Climate Change » Safe Work Australia » Heads of Workplace Safety Authorities » ALGA and its members and LGAs » Other relevant government and industry organisations. » CEO - Australian Logistics Council Ongoing with regular reporting to the Board on progress and outcomes The ALC Strategic plan 2011-2013 reflects the fact that the Australian domestic freight task has been increasing strongly for the last 40 years. Estimates have the freight task doubling by 2030 and tripling by 2050. Australia’s Freight task is Growing 2011-2013 objectives, strategies and Actions OBJECTIVE 1: Be the nationally recognised voice of Australia’s major freight transport and logistics supply chain