Safety, truck rest areas, and what can be learned from Western Australia will all be on the agenda at the ATA’s Trucking Australia 2019 Conference.
Infrastructure Australia’s updated Infrastructure Priority List illustrates the importance of evidence-based investment decisions, the Chair of the Australian Trucking Association, Geoff Crouch, said today.
“Today’s release of the Infrastructure Priority List provides critical focus on the need to invest in safer regional roads and fixing urban congestion,” Mr Crouch said.
The Australian Trucking Association has welcomed global logistics provider, Mainfreight, as a corporate member.
The TWU’s safe rates summit is not about genuine truck safety reform.
The Australian Trucking Association General Council has unanimously agreed on the industry’s approach to the possible re-establishment of the Road Safety Remuneration Tribunal.
Australian Trucking Association (ATA) returning officer Phil Potterton has today announced the candidates in the 2019 ATA election.
Trucking operators wanting to have their say on critical issues affecting the industry have until Friday to get involved in the 2019 Australian Trucking Association election.
The outstanding achievements of two professional women in trucking have been recognised in the Australia Day 2019 Honours List for their service to the road transport industry.
The National Road Safety Governance Review needs to consider the provision of independent, no blame safety investigations for road crashes involving heavy vehicles.
New truck rest area guidelines are welcome news for the trucking industry, the Australian Trucking Association says.