House of Representatives Committees

Former Committee: Standing Committee on Communications, Transport and Microeconomic Reform

Committee activities (inquiries and reports)

38th Parliament (May 1996 - August 1998)
Standing Committee on Communications, Transport and Microeconomic Reform

Reports are listed below with links to the inquiry pages where available.

Ship safe An inquiry into the Australian Maritime Safety Authority Annual Report 1996-97
Parliamentary paper 150/98; Tabled 23 November 1998 (presented to the Speaker 26 August 1998)
Date of Government Response: August 1999 (PDF 2178KB)

Tracking Australia An inquiry into the role of rail in the national transport network
Parliamentary paper 149/98; Tabled 23 November 1998 (presented to the Speaker July 1998)
Date of Government Response: April 2000

Planning not Patching An inquiry into Federal road funding
Parliamentary paper 312/97; Tabled November 1997
Date of Government Response: April 2000

Jet Fresh An inquiry into air freight exports of perishable and time sensitive products
Parliamentary paper 396/96; Tabled December 1996
Date of Government Response: November 1997

Keeping rural Australia posted An inquiry into Australia Post: Rural and remote letter delivery services
Parliamentary paper 117/96; Tabled September 1996
Date of Government Response: June 1997

Tabled under Standing Committee on Transport, Communications and Infrastructuire [1987-96] after committee ceased to exist with dissolution of 37th Parliament

Plane Safe Inquiry into aviation safety - the commuter and general aviation sectors
Parliamentary paper 480/95; Tabled 7 May 1996
Date of Government Response: 5 December 1996

Ships of shame - a sequel Inquiry into ship safety
Parliamentary paper 479/95; Tabled 7 May 1996
Date of Government Response: 13 December 1996

Register of Committee Reports

For a list of reports by this Committee, see the Register of Committee Reports (1901 to current day).

Copies of submissions and transcripts of public hearings

Printed volumes of submissions and transcripts of evidence taken at public hearings for each of the above reports can be reviewed at the National Library of Australia or with the Committee Secretariat.


Back to top

Facebook LinkedIn Twitter Add | Email Print