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Oxley Interchange upgrades inbound

The Oxley Highway interchange on the Pacific Highway is set to be expanded to two lanes, with improvements also set …

Is hydrogen-powered air freight industry the future?

The use of hydrogen fuel is being heralded as a key part of the global effort to decarbonise the road …

Oxley Interchange upgrades inbound

The Oxley Highway interchange on the Pacific Highway is set to be expanded to two lanes, with improvements also set …

Secure your spot at MEGATRANS2024

Registrations to attend MEGATRANS2024 are now open. Australia’s largest integrated conference and exhibition dedicated to the logistics industry returns to …
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Driving safety forward: implementing effective safety management systems for transport operators

Both Heavy Vehicle National Law (HVNL) and Western Australia Heavy Vehicle Accreditation (WAHVA) require transport companies to adhere to stringent …

Japan’s unconventional truckie shortage solution

Over 90 per cent of Japanese cargo is transported by road, and with the Asian nation’s trucking industry facing a …

Aussie world-first reveals new potential for EV transport industry?

The ACT government’s fleet of electric vehicles successfully fed power back into Australia’s electricity grid during an outage in February, …

NTC expecting rail employment boom

The National Transport Commission (NTC) foresees the digitalisation of Australia’s rail network will lead to extensive employment opportunities in the …

Royal Mail ignoring decarbonisation trend?

The UK’s Royal Mail has informed carrier DB Cargo UK it will cease its use of rail freight operations in …
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Construction commences on $80 million Barossa logistics facility

Nurioopta Traders is set to dramatically improve the logistical efficiency of the Barossa Valley region, as construction on an $80 …

NatRoad calls for action on critical truckie shortages

The National Transport Road Association (NatRoad) has called on the National Cabinet to immediately address significant driver shortages in the …

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The rallying cry behind the Greater Adelaide Freight Bypass project

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Australia’s road freight routes are crucial to keeping the country moving. Why, then, has a key project in South Australia …

How truckies can get the most out of tax time

Tax time can be stressful for thousands of individuals and industries right around Australia – and the trucking and transport …

What’s next for the Keep the Sheep movement?

When the current federal Labor government came to power at the last election a ban on live sheep export was …

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NTC expecting rail employment boom

The National Transport Commission (NTC) foresees the digitalisation of Australia’s rail network will lead to extensive employment opportunities in the …

VFF slams Victorian road quality

The Victorian Farmers Federation (VFF) has submitted a report to the Victorian government’s ‘Refresh the Victorian Freight Strategy’ consultation phase …

Maritime cargo costs continue to soar

The prices of containerised shipping cargo continue to skyrocket, with Container Xchange’s June market update revealing the average container price …

Level crossing removal to open up industrial zone

A new road bridge will be built over Melbourne’s Werribee train line at Maidstone Street, Altona, in a move that …

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Speed limit changes to hit multiple Sydney roads

Roads controlled by the City of Sydney are set for a reduction in speed limit, with the council set to …

TWU mourns passing of titan Ian Smith

The Transport Workers’ Union is mourning the passing of one of its most faithful servants, after it announced former President …

Mitchell Highway becoming safer for truckies

Ongoing upgrades on a 50-kilometre stretch of New South Wales’ Mitchell Highway started back in 2018, but new safety measures …

Fatigue non-compliance rising in NHVR findings

The National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR) has continued to cement fatigue management as a top priority for heavy vehicle operators …
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Crucial Queensland road projects to benefit heavy vehicles

Two programs with each holding over $100 million of committed funding from the Queensland government are set to enhance the …
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