National Road Safety Week 2021 comes to an end today, but the lasting impact of the week’s events and achievements have sparked a renewed focus on road safety nationwide.
The Morrison Government is investing in Western Queensland to secure the economic future of the region and the 2021-22 Budget is building on the strong foundations for a post COVID-19 recovery.
The Brisbane Truck Show is back in 2021 during a heavy vehicle industry renaissance, following a significant increase in freight and logistics demand during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Today sees the start of National Road Safety Week 2021, an initiative to highlight the far-reaching impact of trauma on our roads and importantly, encourage everyone to Drive So Others Survive.
The Federal Budget commits an additional $1 billion to the Road Safety Program, as part of the Australian Government’s ongoing commitment to improving road safety and getting Australians home sooner sand safer.
Heart of Australia has been boosted with a new DAF XF 350 about to hit the road to deliver specialist medical treatment in regional, rural, and remote communities across Queensland.
Australians are being urged to be mindful of the dangers of driving when tired as we remember the lives lost to fatigue-related crashes on 23 April, which marks Driver Fatigue Awareness Day.
The Australian heavy vehicle sector is driving out of the COVID-19 pandemic, with a strong economic recovery according to March sales figures from the Truck Industry Council.
Assistant Minister for Road Safety and Freight Transport, Scott Buchholz is this week back in North Queensland to meet with local Mayors and inspect a number of significant infrastructure projects.
The Australian Government has committed $35.2 million towards the $44 million Moree Intermodal Overpass project in New South Wales, which will improve freight connections and help lower business costs in the region.
Australians are being urged to think about driveway safety as part of Low Speed Vehicle Run Over Prevention Awareness Day.
The National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR) is urging heavy vehicle operators to use their Daily Safety Checklist, ahead of the second major health check of Australia’s heavy vehicle fleet.
In the opening address at the Victorian Transport Association (VTA) State Conference on Philip Island today, Assistant Minister for Road Safety and Freight Transport, Scott Buchholz MP, told the 180 gathered delegates that the Morrison Government…
Works have started on the upgrade of the Mount Lindesay Highway between Stoney Camp Road and Chambers Flat Road, with Queensland-based HullSee JV awarded the construction contract.
Assistant Minister for Road Safety and Freight Transport, Scott Buchholz today addressed the 79th conference of the Refrigerated Warehouse and Transport Association of Australia (RWTA) in Noosa to outline a post-COVID Recovery for the…