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Motorists Should Expect Lower Petrol prices

7.6.2007

Australian motorists should see lower petrol prices running into and over the Queen’s Birthday weekend, in line with falling international petrol prices. Read more of Motorists Should Expect Lower Petrol prices

AAA Welcomes Boost to Road Funding

8.5.2007

The Australian Automobile Association – Australia’s peak motoring organisation – tonight welcomed the Federal Budget announcement of $22.3 billion funding through AusLink 2 to upgrade Australia’s road network. Read more of AAA Welcomes Boost to Road Funding

AAA Welcomes Black Spot Funding Increase

4.4.2007

Australia’s peak motoring body – the Australian Automobile Association – today welcomed the Federal Government’s announcement of increased funds to upgrade dangerous Black Spots on Australian roads. Read more of AAA Welcomes Black Spot Funding Increase

AAA Welcomes Government Call for Petrol Price Monitoring

30.3.2007

The Australian Automobile Association today welcomed moves by the Federal Government to monitor petrol price movements running into and during the Easter Holiday long weekend. Read more of AAA Welcomes Government Call for Petrol Price Monitoring

Albury-Wodonga Bypass Will Save Lives

6.3.2007

The Australian Automobile Association today welcomed the opening of the Albury-Wodonga bypass but stressed the need to continue upgrading the Hume Highway as quickly as possible. Read more of Albury-Wodonga Bypass Will Save Lives

AAA Welcomes New AusLink Funds

16.2.2007

The Australian Automobile Association welcomes the news that the Federal Government is considering an increase in road funding of some $19 billion for AusLink II – the next phase of the 5-year AusLink program. Read more of AAA Welcomes New AusLink Funds