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.
The Australian Trucking Association welcomes today’s announcement of the Heavy Vehicle National Law (HVNL) review.
The Australian Trucking Association has opened nominations for the 2019 National Trucking Industry Awards.
The Australian Trucking Association is disappointed, but not surprised, by recent comments from the Transport Workers’ Union claiming the ATA is unwilling to work together in improving industry safety and viability.
Nominations and voter registrations are open.
The NHVR and heavy vehicle industry will establish an accreditation working group to respond to a comprehensive report into heavy vehicle accreditation schemes.
The Australian Trucking Association and officers from NSW Police have joined drivers at BP Marulan Southbound today for Coffee with a Cop.
Moama based truck driver, Brett Hood has become the fourth recipient for 2018 of the Australian Trucking Association’s (ATA) Bridgestone Bandag Highway Guardian honour after saving a woman’s life through his prompt actions at a crash site in mid-October.