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Infrastructure must be national priority to address looming crisis

25.3.2014

The peak national motoring body, the Australian Automobile Association (AAA), has called for stronger investment and reform of transport infrastructure funding as a national priority to address a looming crisis across the country. Read more of Infrastructure must be national priority to address looming crisis

Productivity Commision highlights importance of addressing infrastructure challenges

13.3.2014

The peak national motoring body, the Australian Automobile Association (AAA), says the Productivity Commission's draft report into Public Infrastructure is a welcome contribution in highlighting the nation's growing transport infrastructure challenges. Read more of Productivity Commision highlights importance of addressing infrastructure challenges

Motorists concerned over alleged shopper docket breaches

26.2.2014

The peak national motoring body, the Australian Automobile Association (AAA), has expressed concern that Coles and Woolworths have allegedly breached their undertaking on shopper docket discounts and supports ACCC court proceedings. Read more of Motorists concerned over alleged shopper docket breaches

Road toll masks concern over serious injuries

19.2.2014

The peak national motoring body, the Australian Automobile Association (AAA), says preventing serious injuries in crashes is the emerging road safety priority following a decline in the number of fatalities in 2013. Read more of Road toll masks concern over serious injuries

Motorists call for an immediate end to vehicle tariffs

12.2.2014

The peak national motoring body, the Australian Automobile Association (AAA), has called for the immediate end to vehicle tariffs following the announcement that vehicle manufacturing will cease in Australia, in a bid to improve motoring affordability. Read more of Motorists call for an immediate end to vehicle tariffs

AAA Pre- Budget Submission 2014-15

11.2.2014

The peak national motoring body, the Australian Automobile Association (AAA), has used its Pre-Budget Submission to Treasury to call for infrastructure to be the top priority in the coming year through increased funding of key projects and decision-making reforms to improve long-term planning. Read more of AAA Pre- Budget Submission 2014-15