Once-off funding to support the development and delivery of Chain of Responsibility (CoR) training and education projects is now available, with $1.7 million being invested to help boost safety across the supply chain.
11 April 2023
One hundred and twenty-five bridges and culverts in 33 different councils will receive funded engineering assessments as part of the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator’s (NHVR) Strategic Local Government Asset Assessment…
11 April 2023
The Albanese Labor Government is pleased to announce that the intersection of a key freight route in Port Lincoln, South Australia, will receive important upgrades.
05 April 2023
Major construction of the long-awaited New Bridgewater Bridge is underway, with important pieces of the project’s temporary bridge arriving on site.
04 April 2023
More Australians than ever before are driving electric vehicles, with the numbers almost doubling in 2022, from 44,000 EVs on our roads, to more than 83,000.
28 March 2023
21 March 2023
In the last twelve months (ending February 2023), forty cyclists died on Australian roads.
20 March 2023
Thank you for the opportunity to address the Victorian Transport Association State Conference.
I’m Carol Brown, Assistant Minister for Infrastructure and Transport in the Albanese Labor Government.
18 March 2023
Each year Australians travel, on average, 12,100 kilometres in a passenger vehicle.
08 March 2023
The Heavy Vehicle Rest Area steering committee held its first meeting in Canberra last week.
This committee, which is chaired by Senator Glenn Sterle, is a first for the government and for the department.
28 February 2023
The current home of the Royal Flying Doctor Service in Tasmania has served the community for 20 years. The Albanese Labor Government is committed to updating the site to ensure it can provide the service Tasmanians deserve.
24 February 2023
National Driver Fatigue Week is a week to educate road users that a power nap is a viable intervention strategy to overcome fatigue while driving.
There were 1,187 deaths on our roads last year – a devastating statistic.
21 February 2023
The first National Road Safety Action Plan (2023–2025) for the National Road Safety Strategy 2021–30 has been agreed by Australian, state and territory road and transport ministers to support the shared goal of reducing road trauma across…
07 February 2023