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Park Fuels will build on one of Australia’s first strategic diesel storage facilities in Newcastle as it works towards its plan of helping to secure Australia’s long-term fuel supplies.
The Victorian Transport Association (VTA) hosted its Annual Women’s Lunch in the company of a record crowd yesterday, after three previous false starts last year due to Covid restrictions.
It’s alleged that a truck driver had told his boss he needed to rest before the truck he was driving crashed in February 2020. A transport company and a sub-contracted manager are now facing charges over the incident.
The Industrial Relations Commission of NSW has varied the Transport Industry – General Carriers Contract Determination 2017 to insert a new requirement that Principal Contractors pay Contract Carriers a temporary fuel surcharge.
After closing its doors almost 20 years ago, an interesting outback Queensland pub is set to reopen its doors.
The NSW Government has committed an additional $250 million towards road safety, as it releases new targets that aim to halve deaths and reduce serious injuries by 30 per cent on the state’s roads by 2030.
National transport research organisation, the Australian Road Research Board (ARRB), has developed standardised signage and pavement symbols for low and zero-emission vehicles – in consultation with state road authorities, through an Austroads project.
The curtains will come off the new Elite 6 Dennis Eagle chassis at next week’s Waste 2022 Conference in Coffs Harbour.
A driverless road train pilot program is continuing to gain momentum, following a successful world first run of a triple road train platoon, with each combination hauling 300 tonnes of iron ore.