Transport operators and their peak representative groups for years have been confronted with the important issue of maintaining reliable and safe access for drivers to deliver and collect goods from customers, as a key element in keeping supply chains moving, shelves stocked and customers satisfied. Read more
The VTA was pleased to host over 180 members and transport industry participants at its recent State Conference, where a variety of speakers addressed delegates on the topic of What’s in Front of the Transport Industry. Read more
At the time of writing this column, Australia is at a seminal moment in its battle against the coronavirus pandemic. Read more
Fewer Central Business District (CBD) loading zones are creating traffic congestion and threatening Melbourne’s economic recovery from forced business closures according to the Victorian Transport Association (VTA).
The Victorian Transport Association (VTA) has released the provisional program for State Conference 2021.
Former TNT industrial relations expert, Geoff Tinney, recently passed away.
Registration for the Victorian Transport Association’s State Conference 2021 – the peak transport industry association’s first major ‘in person’ event in over a year – is now open.
At its 118th Annual General Meeting on Tuesday, 24 November, the Victorian Transport Association (VTA) Executive Council formally elected Murphy Transport Solutions CEO, Cameron Murphy, to the council and re-elected President Mike Lean and Vice-President Dennis Ryan for further terms.
The Victorian Transport Association (VTA) and CityLink operator, Transurban, have joined forces to urge passenger vehicle and motorcycle drivers to know truck blind spots, so that they can be seen by heavy vehicle drivers.