The Australian Logistics Council (ALC) has renewed calls to make the suspension of delivery curfews permanent Australia-wide. Read more
Peak livestock associations are urging drivers returning to Victoria via New South Wales not to compromise road safety in order to comply with Covid-19 rules. Read more
In the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak in NSW, border closures are causing absolute havoc for truckies, with some having to wait up to five hours to get into Victoria – and authorities are scrambling to get these issues fixed.
As Sydney’s Northern Beaches cluster grows, border restrictions and requirements are changing at a rapid rate. The NHVR has collated the latest info for each state and territory, relevant for truckies – here’s a summary.
As we count down the days to the end of 2020 most of us can’t wait to see it gone. In so many ways this year has been highlighted by disappointments, devastation, losses, bungles, scandals, disappointments, and other negativities.
Victoria was hard hit by the COVID-19 pandemic, and strict lockdowns and restrictions have crippled the state’s economy. The Victorian Transport Association (VTA) has thrown its support behind the Victorian Budget 2020/21, which includes $1.6 billion towards road network and infrastructure initiatives.
With parts of SA now being labelled as COVID-19 hotspots, updated border measures are coming into play.
Queensland Police has announced that an updated border pass system will come into effect from today, with the aim of streamlining the process of entering Queensland.
The Victorian Transport Association (VTA) is advocating for the urgent re-opening of state and territory borders in the next steps to get the state and national economy on the best possible footing for a quick recovery from COVID-19.
Harsh restrictions that have closed restaurants, bars, shops, personal services and other Victorian businesses have failed to dent transport operators’ optimism about quickly recovering from the coronavirus, according to the VTA’s latest COVID Insights survey. Read more