The National Transport Commission is set to work with industry to design a best-practice model for regulatory telematics in heavy vehicles to improve safety, productivity and compliance.
Five key road and public transport projects across the Illawarra region and southern Sydney could unlock hundreds-of-millions of dollars in economic benefits and create thousands of new jobs, according to a report commissioned by the Illawarra Business Chamber (IBC) and NRMA.
Passengers on Victoria’s five busiest regional rail lines will start to experience better mobile coverage on their journeys as the Victorian Government’s Regional Rail Connectivity Project (RRCP) gathers pace.
Volvo Trucks now introduces its first all-electric truck for commercial use – the Volvo FL Electric for urban distribution and refuse operations, among other applications. Sales and series production of the new model will start in Europe in 2019. With this introduction Volvo Trucks takes the lead in solutions for electrified goods transport in cities.
The State’s motoring body has urged Queenslanders to brush up on their road rule knowledge, after it released a list of obscure laws that have caught out drivers.
AgForce is calling on the Queensland Government to get on with the job of reforming the state’s 2.6 million-hectare network for travelling livestock rather than kicking the issue into the long grass.
Drivers, operators and other participants in the transport chain of responsibility will be able to access an improved Load Restraint Guide and a complementary guide specifically for light vehicles on the National Transport Commission (NTC) website now.
Works to upgrade three truck bays on one of the Northern Territory’s key freight routes are now complete, with the newly upgraded stops encouraging drivers to take breaks more often.
Bright and Myrtleford communities are invited to attend an update session in Bright on Thursday, 31 August 2017, on the planned improvements for the Great Alpine Road.
Tailgating is the leading cause of rear-end crashes with one-in-two drivers failing to keep a safe following distance, a new QUT report has revealed.