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History Shows Vision Needed for Land Transport in Australia

9.10.2001

Federation had an inadequate impact on the land transport system in Australia, the President of the Australian Automobile Association, Dr Max Lay, said in an address to the 11th National Conference on Engineering Heritage in Canberra today. Read more of History Shows Vision Needed for Land Transport in Australia

Petrol Price Monitoring Highlights Need For Tax Reform

29.9.2001

The latest national petrol price monitoring conducted by FuelTrac and released by the Australian Automobile Association today shows a fall in petrol prices in all capitals except Melbourne during August. Read more of Petrol Price Monitoring Highlights Need For Tax Reform

Call For Black Spot Commitment From All Parties

30.8.2001

The Australian Automobile Association has welcomed an undertaking by the Transport Minister, John Anderson, at the National Press Club today that the highly successful Black Spot Program will continue. Read more of Call For Black Spot Commitment From All Parties

July Petrol Prices Lowest In 16 Months

30.8.2001

The latest monthly petrol price monitoring from FuelTrac has revealed that July petrol prices in Australia were on average, the lowest since April last year. Read more of July Petrol Prices Lowest In 16 Months

Call For Political Parties To Commit To An Extended Blackspot Road Safety Program

14.8.2001

The Australian Automobile Association has welcomed the released of a Bureau of Transport Economics (BTE) evaluation of the national Black Spot Program and called on the political parties to commit to continuing and expanding the Program. Read more of Call For Political Parties To Commit To An Extended Blackspot Road Safety Program

Petrol Prices Fall In June

17.7.2001

The latest monthly petrol price monitoring figures from FuelTrac show a welcome drop in petrol prices across Australia during June. Read more of Petrol Prices Fall In June