We have studied bulk vortex properties in Bi2 Sr2 CaCu2 O8+δ (BSCCO) using transport measurements with a unique Corbino disk contact geometry. This Corbino disk contact geometry allows us to measure true bulk vortex properties free from surface barrier effects. The investigated vortex properties include current-induced vortex dissipation in the vortex liquid and vortex solid phases, vortex matter phase transition (vortex lattice melting transition), and vortex correlation along the c axis of BSCCO. No discrepancy is found between our measurements and others measurements using the conventional four-probe contact geometry, which renders vortex transport properties susceptible to the Bean-Livingston surface barrier effect. We conclude that the sample bulk vortex matter properties determine the vortex transport behaviors in BSCCO.