The Australian Transport Safety Bureau’s safety investigations must be extended to include heavy vehicle crashes.
The Australian Trucking Association has today welcomed Michael Deegan as its new CEO.
Truck fuel charges and registration should be set over a three year period to avoid a one-off increase of 16.5 per cent, the Acting CEO of the Australian Trucking Association, Bill McKinley, said today.
Urban and strategic planning for industrial land in Greater Sydney must prioritise trucking and freight operations.
Australia’s truck drivers will have more consistent rules for crossing state borders thanks to changes announced today by Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce and Assistant Minister for Road Safety and Freight Transport Scott Buchholz.
The Australian Trucking Association is today announcing that its next Trucking Australia conference will be held in May 2022.
A new research paper shows that young car drivers do not know enough about the performance limitations of trucks to be safe on the road.
Trucking companies and their customers will keep convenient access to add-on insurance under a draft exemption from new requirements.
An outback road train driver has been honoured for saving a man’s life in a remote location in near 50-degree heat, launching the beginning of a life-long bond between the two.
Close to 400 trucking industry professionals will meet tomorrow as the Australian Trucking Association’s online Technology and Maintenance Conference goes live.