Roads Australia has closed the loop on engagement with Australia's state and territory governments, this month welcoming the ACT Government's Transport Canberra and City Services Directorate.
RA Chief Executive, Ian Webb, says industry members will welcome the news that every state and territory is now fully represented at the Roads Australia table by their transport and/or roads agency.
"What makes Roads Australia unique is our partnership between industry and government agencies. In welcoming the ACT Government, our partnership model is now even stronger," Ian says.
"We look forward to working closely with Transport Canberra to provide another effective mechanism for them to engage with their industry stakeholders on a broad range of practical and policy issues."
The Roads Australia Board Directors host this exclusive and high-level dinner. Part of the 2017 Coffey Series.
Ken Kanofski joins us as guest speaker for the first time since taking over the reins of RMS. Part of the 2017 Advisian Series.
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Australia's national road network is a $280 billion-plus asset.
The Australian road network covers more than 817,000 kilometres.
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There are more than 37,000 road bridges across Australia.
More than three quarters of all passenger kilometres travelled in Australia occur on roads.
Public transport is a major user of our road network. In Melbourne, for example, more than 80 per cent of all public transport kilometres are travelled on roads.
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