Enhanced CoR laws take effect this month

Enhanced CoR laws take effect this month

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Traffic Management and Safety//October 02, 2018

The National Transport Commission and National Heavy Vehicle Regulator have proclaimed a road safety milestone with amendments to Chain of Responsibility duties in the Heavy Vehicle National Law, which took effect 1 October.

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Beyond the border

Beyond the border

Posted in Latest News, Technology Update//September 25, 2018

Bordertown Haulage endorses the fuel efficiency and safety features of Volvo Trucks and for its veteran operator Peter Karger, the Volvo FH Globetrotter and Dynafleet system has afforded his business a new lease on life.

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Route assessment tool free for road managers

Route assessment tool free for road managers

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Traffic Management and Safety//September 14, 2018

An agreement between NHVR and ARRB will deliver a route assessment tool free to road managers from participating jurisdictions through the NHVR Portal.

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New Austroads roadmap to support automated heavy vehicles

New Austroads roadmap to support automated heavy vehicles

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Technology Update, Traffic Management and Safety//September 03, 2018

Austroads has published a roadmap to support the introduction of automated heavy vehicles into regional and remote areas of Australia and New Zealand.

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Heavy vehicle industry input invited on trial of user-pays system

Heavy vehicle industry input invited on trial of user-pays system

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Traffic Management and Safety//August 21, 2018

The Federal Government is inviting the heavy vehicle industry to submit proposals on how best to trial a user-pays system designed to fund upgrades to Australia’s road freight networks.

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QLD invests in better road train access

QLD invests in better road train access

Posted in Latest News, Traffic Management and Safety//July 30, 2018

The Queensland Government has recognised the benefits of increasing access for type 1 road train vehicles east of Biloela to industry and the state's economy following completion of a $40 million project to replace timber bridges in Central Queensland.

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