The Livestock, Bulk and Rural Carriers Association (LBRCA) is encouraging all road users to share the road with agricultural vehicles and machinery this National Farm Safety Week (18-24 July 2022). Read more
Directing a greater focus on public road user safety is required to combat changes sweeping across road users’ behaviour according to a leading telematics company. Read more
The Tasmanian Government and National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR) are urging all road users to take care around heavy vehicles, ahead of the 2022 National Road Safety Week. Read more
A trucking company operator has called for the installation of warning lights on the Midland Highway approach to Buninyong.
The Heavy Vehicle Safety and Productivity Program will receive investments for 28 projects totalling $56.2 million the Federal Government has announced. Read more
New targets to halve deaths and reduce serious injuries by 30 per cent on NSW roads by 2030 will underpin a NSW Government commitment to spend an additional $250 million on road safety. Read more
In an effort to appeal to transport workers, an Albanese-led Labor government has announced it will deliver new and upgraded rest areas for Australia’s truck drivers. Read more
As part of the Road Safety Plan 2021, penalties were strengthened to further deter drink driving and reduce alcohol related trauma on New South Wales roads.
I will be brave and try to predict the trends that will shape the road transport industry over the next ten years. The effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on our industry is unclear. I will focus on what I see as long-term trends. Read more
The Australian and New South Wales Governments’ accelerated $398 million investment in road safety improvements through the Safer Roads Program is starting to make a big difference in regional communities.