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It’s been one year since the NorthConnex tunnel opened on the major route in and out of the north of Sydney. Transurban Linkt are the proud parents of the tunnel, born from a deal made with the NSW government that leaves us in debt till 2048.
In the lead-up to the COP 26 Climate Change Conference in Glasgow, and as the Commonwealth Government gears up for a federal election, likely in May 2022, public attention has turned to emissions policy and what steps will be taken by the government to support and achieve its new net zero emissions by 2050 objectives.
As many of you have probably read in various media, the review of the Heavy Vehicle National Law has taken a large commitment of time by our team and those of you who have made comments or contributions to industry meetings and submissions.
Harvest time is without doubt one of the busiest times of the year for many transport operators and when we say transport operator, there are actually two types of transport operators.
One of the most exciting parts of my role is the opportunity to meet with industry and discuss the latest in safety standards and technology.
The review of the national truck law has proved to be a waste of time and money. We need to start again.
October was a rather busy month for Transport Women Australia Limited even though we had to again postpone our Driving the Difference Conference, the new dates are June 3-5, 2022.
As our larger jurisdictions in Sydney and Melbourne re-open their economies after months of lockdown, it is vital that civic leaders do as much as possible to attract people back to the cities for work and recreation to support and rejuvenate crippled businesses.
It is a hard day for transport workers, when two of the major transport companies across Australia, take on a hard stance against those who work for them.