Providing access to our knowledge and services.
The Australian Road Research Board (ARRB) provides opportunities to access the latest research, knowledge and expertise.
These services are part of the national and international land transport dissemination and coordination initiatives that are financially supported by our valued NIS members.
Access our ARRB Knowledge Base
Free searchable full text access to a wide selection of ARRB publications (from 1962 to present) and other industry related content with permission from other organisations. Presently contains over 10,000 items.
Rail Knowledge Bank
The CRC for Rail Innovation commissioned ARRB to create an online resource of rail knowledge. The Rail Knowledge Bank continues to be maintained by ARRB under the National Interest Services (NIS) program with advisory support from the Australasian Centre for Rail Innovation (ACRI)
Australian Transport Index (ATRI)
An extensive database of information on land transport publications which contains over 180,000 records and is made publicly available as part of the USA Transportation Research Board and ITRD's TRID database: the TRIS and ITRD database.
TARU News Feeds
RSS feeds provided via the NIS which supplies details on recent publications organised into key land transport subject areas.
Road Research Register
The Road Research Register is currently transitioning to an alert service via LinkedIn. The NIS Linkedin Group provides updates on selected Australian and international research projects, as well as topic overviews, online resources, and job opportunities.
Tranzinfo network of Australian and NZ transport related libraries
The National Interest Services supports leadership and coordination of this network. The network aims to improve resource and expertise sharing across member libraries.
Making News in Transport
Making News in Transport is a weekly email alert service of selected land transport-related news items from Australia and overseas. It is produced by ARRB under the National Interest Services (NIS) program. Through NIS, the federal, state and territory road agencies support the provision of land transport information in the national interest.