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26 February 2020

The ATA has welcomed today’s release of the 2020 Infrastructure Australia Priority List, which calls for upgrades to urban and regional roads to boost safety and address congestion, and much needed improvements to rural, regional and remote freight routes.

18 February 2020

The ATA and Teletrac Navman have today announced the participants of a ground-breaking initiative that will celebrate the industry’s diversity and develop diversity champions.

17 February 2020

The ATA and Bridgestone Australia are looking to honour truck drivers who showed selflessness and heroism during the Australian bushfire crisis, calling for truck drivers to be put forward for a Bridgestone Bandag Highway Guardian Award.

11 February 2020

A campaign to give Australia’s truck drivers the opportunity to have their say in the national truck law review has reached nearly 190,000 people and gathered more than 110 pieces of feedback.

07 February 2020

The ATA has backed the key draft recommendations of the small business ombudsman’s Supply Chain Finance Review, which calls for fair payment terms and controls on supply chain financing.

04 February 2020

The trucking industry and other heavy vehicle users pay 93 per cent of the cost of the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR), Australian Trucking Association Chief of Staff Bill McKinley said today. 

30 January 2020

The Australian Trucking Association’s accreditation scheme, TruckSafe, has today called for fast action on accreditation to be included as a critical part of the Heavy Vehicle National Law review.

28 January 2020

The ATA has today congratulated trucking professionals Tom Lindsay and Paul Freestone, who have each been honoured in the Australia Day 2020 Honours List.

23 January 2020

An initiative to celebrate and showcase diversity in trucking has received overwhelming support from industry members following its launch in December by the Australian Trucking Association and Teletrac Navman.

21 January 2020

The disaster recovery allowance, concessional loans, and extension of the instant asset write off have been highlighted in a bushfire recovery plan put forward to the Australian Government by the Australian Trucking Association (ATA).


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