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Emphasis on infrastructure funding but still short of the mark

10.5.2011

Australia's peak motoring organisation, the Australian Automobile Association has tonight welcomed the emphasis on infrastructure spending as part of the Federal Government's 'tough' budget, but is disappointed that fuel excise revenue is still not fully reinvested in land transport. Read more of Emphasis on infrastructure funding but still short of the mark

Australian Government 5-Star Fleet Decision Will Make Real Safety Gains: States Must Follow

4.5.2011

The Australian Automobile Association (AAA) has today welcomed the announcement that all Australian Government fleet car purchases will be required to have a 5-star ANCAP safety rating from 1 July this year. Read more of Australian Government 5-Star Fleet Decision Will Make Real Safety Gains: States Must Follow

AAA Expresses Concern Over Cut to Road Funding

28.4.2011

The Australian Automobile Association has today expressed concern over the recommendation by the Australian Conservation Foundation (ACF) to cut spending on roads. Read more of AAA Expresses Concern Over Cut to Road Funding

Raymond Grigg appointed President of FIA Region II (Asia-Pacific Region)

30.3.2011

Australia’s peak motoring group, the Australian Automobile Association is pleased to announce that AAA President Raymond G Grigg was recently elected as President of FIA Region II (Asia-Pacific Region). Read more of Raymond Grigg appointed President of FIA Region II (Asia-Pacific Region)

FIA President in Melbourne to leave united campaign on road safety

15.3.2011

EVERY year more than one million people are killed and a staggering 50 million are seriously injured world-wide on the roads. Read more of FIA President in Melbourne to leave united campaign on road safety

AAA Warns the Government Not to Renege On Its Commitment to Motorists

25.2.2011

Mike Harris, Australian Automobile Association (AAA) Chief Executive, said "The carbon price should be part of the existing fuel excise. This was the case with the original emissions trading scheme (ETS) and AAA calls on the Government and the Prime Minister to honour their previous commitments to offset any carbon tax on fuel with a corresponding drop in excise." Read more of AAA Warns the Government Not to Renege On Its Commitment to Motorists