9269.0 - Business Transport Activity, Australia, 2010-11 Quality Declaration 
ARCHIVED ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 27/06/2012  First Issue
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Employment in the Rail Transport industry subdivision at end June 2011 was 39,000.

During the 2010-11 financial year, Total income of the Rail Transport industry subdivision was $14.1b. Income from transport services, totalling $11.1b, represented 78.8% of Total income and consisted mainly of $5.6b from Rail freight transport services and $5.1b from Rail passenger transport services. Income from other services of $1.8b accounted for 12.4% of Total income.

The Rail Transport industry subdivision incurred Total expenses of $13.6b, 34.9% of which were Total transport related expenses of $4.7b. Total rail transport running expenses of $3.8b accounted for 28.2% of Total expenses, Labour costs of $4.0b accounted for 29.6% and Other expenses of $4.8b for a further 35.6%.

The Rail Transport industry subdivision undertook Total capital expenditure of $3.8b during the 2010-11 financial year, of which Capital expenditure on other transport vehicles and equipment (excluding road vehicles) accounted for $1.3b.