This National Road Safety Week, Transurban in partnership with the Queensland Trucking Association (QTA), is sharpening its focus on truck safety.
By now, the excitement from the New Year celebrations has well and truly evaporated and we continue getting on with the job. One of those jobs for the TWU is to call on the reasonably new Roads Minister in NSW, Natalie Ward to pick up where other roads ministers have not and address out-of-control toll road costs.
This Global Road Safety Week, Transurban is partnering with representative bodies, including the Queensland Trucking Association (QTA), to raise awareness around road safety.
Providing safe and efficient travel for motorists is something we take seriously at Transurban. We all have a role to play in achieving this, which is why this National Road Safety Week Transurban is partnering with representative bodies, including the Queensland Trucking Association (QTA), to raise awareness of truck blind spots.
The Victorian Transport Association (VTA) and CityLink operator Transurban have come together to help educate car drivers and motorcycle riders to better understand truck blind spots.
Sydney transport operator Rob Woolley just wants a fair go. Read more
Here is the first look at why truckies will be slugged $23.71 each time they use the NorthConnex tunnel in Sydney when it opens shortly. Read more
Truckies should know early next month if they have to pay the $23.71 to use the controversial new NorthConnex tunnel in Sydney. Read more
Trucks and cars rolled in protest, transport workers have called on NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian to focus on dealing with the financial pain NSW Government policies are bringing.
Queensland truck driver and small business owner Dave Kitson is among a growing list of disgruntled toll users who are fed up with being charged excessive fees by Transurban. Now, a class action has been launched against Transurban’s Queensland business Linkt for its exorbitant fees on overdue notices. Read more