The high-voltage highway that is the main artery of the interstate highway system is the most heavily trafficked in the world, and the cost of running it is staggering.
The cost of operating the highway is estimated at $50 billion, and a new study released on Tuesday by the Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) has found that it costs taxpayers $2.5 billion to operate it every year.
The highway is the busiest road in Australia, and it is estimated that about 40 per cent of Australians travel on it.
Its toll, which is calculated at $100 per vehicle, is a staggering sum for a highway, but it is largely ignored by the public.
It is estimated there are about 7.2 million drivers on the highway each year, and that most of those are drivers who travel by foot.
But despite the highway being the busiest in the country, it is still a far cry from the roads of the world.
According to a study by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) in 2009, the cost per driver on the main highway in Australia is $1,200.
The highway in question is the Alice Springs Toll Road, which runs from the Brisbane airport to Alice Springs, and ends at the town of Alice Springs.
For most people the Alice Springfield Toll Road is the quickest way to get to work, and for those who have the time, it offers the best opportunity to visit other towns in the area.
But for those without the time or money to drive, the Alice Spring Toll Road can be a challenging way to travel.
While the highway provides a very convenient way to access Alice Springs and other towns, it can be very congested and dangerous for some motorists.
In 2016, the toll increased from $50 to $1.25 per vehicle.
So while the toll is a large amount, the average driver on this highway costs taxpayers about $1 in toll each year.
Drivers who are travelling on the AliceSpring Toll Road face some of the most complex and dangerous conditions in Australia.
There are three lanes on the road, with each lane divided into three different widths.
Each lane has a speed limit of 60 kilometres per hour (37mph), and drivers must wear helmets.
To get around the conditions, the highway can be congested with cars and trucks, and some drivers have even tried to escape the road.
Despite this, the drivers who use the AliceSprings Toll Road are generally very happy with the conditions and they often enjoy the experience.
When the toll was last increased, there was one fatal accident on the interstate, and there have been a number of other incidents of drivers travelling on or near the road being killed.
With the new study, the ATSB has come up with a new estimate for the toll that will help to improve the highway and reduce the cost to the taxpayer.
“It is important to remember that the highway does not cost taxpayers a dollar, it costs them a lot of money,” said ATSB Acting Chief Inspector Mark Wilson.
This new estimate will be presented to the Parliament next month.
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