The Liberal and Nationals Government is investing a further $5.6 million in initiatives that will deliver safety improvements across Australia’s heavy vehicle industry, protect all road users and grow the economy.
Assistant Minister for Road Safety and Freight Transport, Scott Buchholz has today acknowledged the Australian heavy vehicle industry at the Heavy Vehicle Industry Australia (HVIA) National Awards, in Brisbane.
Assistant Minister for Road Safety and Freight Transport, Scott Buchholz this week joined Winton Mayor, Gavin Baskett and Boulia Mayor, Rick Britton to inspect the Outback Way, dubbed ‘Australia’s longest shortcut’.
The Morrison Government is investing a further $5.92 million to build on previous upgrades of the Ootann Road, a key freight route in North Queensland, to improve safety, reduce travel times and keep communities connected year-round.
The Liberal and Nationals Government is investing $250 million in initiatives that will improve heavy vehicle safety, keep freight moving and create new economic opportunities and jobs.
Assistant Minister for Road Safety and Freight Transport, Scott Buchholz has welcomed the decision today by the National Transport Commission (NTC), to not pursue a reduction of weekly working hours for truck drivers.
The sealing of an additional 10 kilometres of Maryvale Road to Titjikala is now complete.
Newly available data capturing Australia’s freight and supply chain performance over road and rail will help freight operators and the businesses they support to improve their operations, save on costs and grow on the other side of the COVID-19…
Freight productivity and road safety in South Australia’s Riverland region is being improved with upgrades to a major intersection on the Old Sturt Highway getting underway in the coming weeks and the completion of works on the Paringa Bridge.
Tenders are now being called to engage a head contractor to manage the largest project underway as part of the Newell Highway Upgrade package.
Work on Mossman-Daintree Road kicks off this month, as part of a $44.1 million program of upgrades across Far North Queensland.
The Capricorn Highway and Ardurad Road (Blackwater-Rolleston Road) intersection is about to undergo a $6.24 million overhaul, making it safer for Blackwater locals, tourists and freight transport.
More than 70 roadside rest areas across the country will be upgraded to help combat driver fatigue and keep people safe on our roads, thanks to $7.2 million in funding from the Liberal and Nationals Government.
The design of a $19 million safety improvement project for the D'Aguilar Highway between Sandy Creek and Kilcoy is now complete.
The Beaudesert Showgrounds upgrade project is now complete, with the opening of the recently refurbished grandstand, installation of new lighting, LED signboard and expanded amenities for campers this week.