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Time for strong government action as roads claim 99 more lives


The Australian Automobile Association (AAA) is calling on government to renew its focus on road safety as a new report shows 99 more Australians were killed in the year to June 2016 than in the previous year. Alarmingly, the Government’s target of reducing deaths and serious injuries by 30 per cent through the decade to 2020, is slipping further out of reach. Read more of Time for strong government action as roads claim 99 more lives

AAA welcomes ministerial appointments


The Australian Automobile Association (AAA) says the Federal Ministry announced today provides the continuity required to deliver long-standing transport policy priorities, while also responding to emerging challenges in areas such as urban infrastructure, emissions policy, and energy security. Read more of AAA welcomes ministerial appointments

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Aus Automobile Assoc @AAAcomms

Have you taken Australia's Worst Commute test yet? #KeepAustraliaMoving t.co/K1pSR1pBnm

29 Jun 2016 at 2.18pm

Aus Automobile Assoc @AAAcomms

Great to see a focus on transport infra. Now we need dedicated fund and merit-based selection #keepaustraliamoving t.co/KfAaEsybbA

29 Jun 2016 at 2.17pm

Aus Automobile Assoc @AAAcomms

We're calling on politicians this election to prioritise transport infrastructure, u can too t.co/jxhefE6RH8 t.co/1Z6v51qn8F

29 Jun 2016 at 12.36pm