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Road Safety a Budget Priority

16.4.2009

Australia’s peak motoring organisation, the Australian Automobile Association, has called on the Federal Government to build safety into its road infrastructure projects to bring down the national road fatality rate and to invest in two world-leading road safety programs – AusRAP and ANCAP. Read more of Road Safety a Budget Priority

AAA Welcomes Euro NCAP Visit

3.4.2009

Australia’s peak motoring organisation, the Australian Automobile Association, has welcomed an international meeting of new car crash testing programs to exchange information on star safety ratings provided to Australian and overseas new car buyers. Read more of AAA Welcomes Euro NCAP Visit

Roadside Patrol Officers Show Their Wares

16.3.2009

Australian motoring's "white knights" – the motoring clubs' roadside patrol officers – have just completed a competition in the 2009 Australian Road Patrol Skills Showcase, with patrol officers from around the country winning a variety of awards. Read more of Roadside Patrol Officers Show Their Wares

Motoring Clubs Showcase Their Expertise

13.2.2009

Australia’s motoring clubs are to showcase the expertise and skills of their “white knights” – road patrol crews – at the Australian Road Patrol Skills Showcase to be conducted in Canberra on March 11 and 12. Read more of Motoring Clubs Showcase Their Expertise

AAA Welcomes Government’s Black Spot and Infrastructure Package

3.2.2009

AAA Executive Director, Mike Harris, has welcomed the Government’s package of road infrastructure initiatives announced today which include immediate funding for a significant number of additional safety improvements under the Black Spot Program, urgent repairs and maintenance on the national AusLink network and upgrades of rail crossings. Read more of AAA Welcomes Government’s Black Spot and Infrastructure Package

Road Deaths Down in 2008 - But 4 Still Die Every Day

31.1.2009

The Australian Automobile Association (AAA) today welcomed the Federal Government’s announcement that road deaths fell in 2008, but called for a national debate to highlight the tragedy that still sees more than four people die every day on Australian roads. Read more of Road Deaths Down in 2008 - But 4 Still Die Every Day