ALC writes to Queensland parliament about freight infrastructure and road safety

ALC writes to Queensland parliament about freight infrastructure and road safety

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Traffic Management and Safety//November 21, 2017

The Australian Logistics Council has written to party leaders in Queensland ahead of the state election, asking them to outline their policies on key issues such as corridor protection, congestion, the development of critical freight infrastructure and improved road safety through the Heavy Vehicle National Law.

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ALC calls for freight-friendly urban planning

ALC calls for freight-friendly urban planning

Posted in Uncategorised//October 19, 2017

Speaking at the recent Online Retail Logistics 2017, Australian Logistics Council Managing Director Michael Kilgariff noted that the country’s cities are not freight friendly, as a result of planning systems that fail to properly account for freight movement.

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Funding boost for master code of practice

Funding boost for master code of practice

Posted in Latest News, Traffic Management and Safety//October 04, 2017

Development of an industry master code of practice for heavy vehicle safety is progressing well, according to the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator, with the project receiving $200,000 government funding.

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NSW projects in the spotlight at annual conference

NSW projects in the spotlight at annual conference

Posted in Events, Industry News, Latest News//September 25, 2017

The key infrastructure developments shaping the future of New South Wales will be front and centre at this year’s NSW Major Projects Conference.

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NSW freight minister welcomes CoR changes

NSW freight minister welcomes CoR changes

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Traffic Management and Safety//September 12, 2017

NSW minister for Roads, Maritime and Freight, Melinda Pavey, has thrown her support behind proposed interstate changes to the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator’s Chain of Responsibility.

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