A joint venture led by the heavy vehicle industry and partially funded by the Australian Government has delivered the Advanced Safe Truck Concept (ASTC).
A total of 147 dangerous crash sites across New South Wales will become safer under the latest round of the Federal Liberal and Nationals Government’s Black Spot Program.
Fifty one dangerous crash sites in Queensland will be substantially improved under the latest round of the Federal Liberal and Nationals Government’s Black Spot Program.
Twenty projects aimed at reducing road trauma in Australia will benefit from funding under the Australian Government’s Road Safety Awareness and Enablers Fund.
As the end of the year draws to a close and people get behind the wheel for the holidays, motorists are being reminded about what’s at stake if they don’t slow down and drive safely this Christmas.
Reducing road trauma on locally controlled thoroughfares was the focus of a Road Safety Stakeholder Roundtable in Brisbane today.
The safety of commuters and pedestrians at a road “black spot” in the Australian Capital Territory has been prioritised with funding from the Federal Liberal and Nationals Government.
The Federal Liberal and Nationals Government is partnering with the Australian Trucking Association (ATA) to educate young Australians on how to safely share roads with heavy vehicles, following today’s launch of SafeT360 – the new Volvo ATA…
The National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR) is calling for funding applications for programs that improve heavy vehicle safety on Australian roads.
Today’s release of the first discussion paper on the design of the National Freight Data Hub marks a significant step towards a more competitive, efficient and productive freight future for Australia.
Applications for the Road Safety Awareness and Enablers Fund are now open and the Federal Government is urging organisations with an interest in road safety education and awareness to apply.
Two new members have been appointed to the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR) board.
Upgrades to a Northern Territory road under the Liberal and Nationals Government's ‘black spots’ funding program will improve safety for all road users.
It is a landmark day for Toowoomba and the Lockyer Valley with the $1.6 billion Toowoomba Second Range Crossing (TSRC) to officially open to traffic on this afternoon.
A quarter of caravan and Recreational Vehicle users have stayed overnight in truck rest areas according to research released by the Caravan Industry Association of Australia today.