It was delivered by the Cooperative Research Centre for Economic Participation in the corners of Regions.
The new research center to renew the research on the challenges of transportation in the country, in cooperation with Ninti One, the agency that helps Australian population living in remote areas.
In the report, it was found that the cost of transportation in remote areas two or three times more expensive than the other regions, mainly due to the price of petrol and diesel are higher.
Means, the level of car ownership in remote areas of Australia are lower than in the cities, and this might be entailed the practice of 'car pooling' aka sharing cars and fuel costs. This practice is often considered environmentally friendly practices.
However, in January Ferguson, managing director of Ninti One, said that the issue of transportation difficulties remain to be addressed. The solution could be costly, such as paved roads, but there are also other options.
Indeed, new infrastructure investments need to recharge electric cars, said Ferguson, but on the other hand. According to his research, there are 18 percent of the population who can not travel frequently due to lack of means of transportation. - Electric Cars Could Be Solution Transport in Remote Areas of Australia