The Australian Automobile Association (AAA) says the Federal Ministry announced today provides the continuity required to deliver long-standing transport policy priorities, while also responding to emerging challenges in areas such as urban infrastructure, emissions policy, and energy security. Read more of AAA welcomes ministerial appointments
Australia’s peak motoring, road and vehicle safety organisations are calling on the Prime Minister to appoint a dedicated Road Safety Minister. It comes in the wake of statistics which show ten percent more Australians died this year than the same period in 2015, confirming an alarming trend of increased deaths after 2014. Read more of Road deaths rising: Urgent need for PM Turnbull to appoint dedicated Road Safety Minister
The Australian Automobile Association (AAA) has called for the next Australian Government to make road safety a priority as around 180 Australians have lost their lives on our roads and about 4,500 others have been severely injured during the 55 days of the election campaign. Read more of Road safety must be a priority for the next government as road toll mounts
A new report by respected economic consultants ACIL Allen shows Australian Governments have failed to address the severe and growing gap in land transport infrastructure funding and much of the heavy lifting has been left to state and territory governments. Read more of New approach to transport funding required: ACIL Allen
Australian owners of Volkswagen Group vehicles must be wondering why their counterparts in the US are receiving compensation from the company in the wake of the emissions testing scandal, when all they are getting locally from Volkswagen is silence. Read more of Volkswagen Group pays Americans. Australians still waiting.
A new web-app called Australia’s Worst Commute will for the first time help Australian commuters find out exactly what congestion and delays cost them and their families in lost time, due to chronic under-investment in transport infrastructure. Read more of New app to share and compare Australia’s worst commutes