Encouraged by early results in the US, Queensland Trucking Association CEO Gary Mahon is lobbying for authorities here to adopt the same enhanced rear lighting and signalling systems.
Transport for NSW’s top bureaucrat Rodd Staples will leave the role later this month with more than $800,000 in severance from the NSW taxpayer. Read more
We’ve all driven roads where the speed limit seems ridiculously low. We’ve also driven toads that are narrow, country style feeders with soft edges and undulating twists and turns, but the speed limit remains the general 100km/h.
Reginald George Roberts, 67, is on trial in the District Court of South Australia charged with 75 counts of dishonestly obtaining a financial advantage from the Commonwealth between 2002 and 2006. Read more
Assistant Minister for Road Safety and Freight Transport Scott Buchholz toured MaxiTRANS’ new trailer manufacturing facility in Carole Park, Ipswich, which commenced operations late last year and officially opened last week. Read more
The Australian Trucking Association (ATA) is seeking feedback about truck charges, the costs you can pass on to your customers and how easy or hard it is to change your freight rates.
When truckie Michael Thompson decided to take a different route than usual while travelling to a property to deliver fuel, little did he know that he’d be coming to the rescue of an elderly man lost in the blistering heat, deep in the harsh Australian outback.
Truckies who lose control on the notorious South-Eastern Freeway into Adelaide later this month are expected to drive into the back of a stationary rigid. Read more
The Australian Trucking Association (ATA) has welcomed the Australian Government’s future fuels discussion paper and its commitment to a $24.5 million Freight Energy Productivity Program.
Cummins has announced that due to the continuing impact and uncertainty that COVID-19 has on all aspects of business and lives globally, that it will not be exhibiting at the Brisbane Truck Show scheduled from May 13-16. Read more