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  • Queensland braces for cyclone

    As North Queensland prepares for what is expected to be the worst cyclone in the state’s history, residents have been warned to evacuate. Major transport systems have already been disrupted, with many major arterials also being closed. Read More...

  • Alternative fuel tax delayed

    The Australian Government has announced it will delay the implementation of the fuel tax on alternative fuels by six months. This tax was due to come into effect from 1 July. Read More...

  • 2010 Motor Vehicle Census

    Despite the economic downturn, the amount of commercial vehicles on Australian roads increased in 2010, the Australian Bureau of Statistics’ Motor Vehicle Census has shown. Read More...

  • Daimler Trucks North America market leader in the NAFTA region

    Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA) has been named the most successful truck manufacturer in Classes 6 – 8 in the NAFTA region; with sales of over 67,800 units and a market share of 31.6 percent. In addition, DTNA is a leading force in the US market, with sales of about 57,000 trucks and a market share of 32.6 percent. Read More...

  • Europe’s best young truck driver awarded

    Andreas Söderström, the 27-year old Swede who won the Young European Truck Driver championship, was honoured at a ceremony held at the Scania transport conference in Brussels. Read More...

  • Weekend CityLink delays

    From today until Sunday, 30 January, there will be several lane closures heading inbound on CityLink as a result of the M1 Upgrade Project. Read More...

  • Isuzu adds to light-duty range

    Isuzu Trucks has expanded its popular off highway range by adding two new all-wheel-drive models, the NLS 200 Crew and NLS 200 Tipper. Read More...

  • Truck ban in Port of Adelaide

    The Port Adelaide-Enfield Council has imposed a permanent ban on heavy vehicles travelling through Port Adelaide which will come into effect next week. Read More...

  • Flood damage bill

    In the aftermath of the Queensland floods, National Transport Insurance (NTI) has revealed that over 90 of the businesses it insures have been affected as a direct result of the devastating floods. Read More...

  • UD Trucks gets racing

    UD Trucks has announced a multi-year sponsorship agreement with the Toll Holden Racing Team as well as Bundaberg Racing. Read More...

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