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  • MRPV SOCIAL VALUE FORUM, MELB - AUGUST 30
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    MRPV SOCIAL VALUE FORUM, MELB - AUGUST 30
    RA was pleased to lend its support to an industry forum hosted by Major Road Projects Victoria on social value, capability and inclusion. The key take-out - social procurement is becoming a point of competitive advantage in the infrastructure marketplace.
  • SINGLE-TABLE LUNCH, SYDNEY - AUGUST 23
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    SINGLE-TABLE LUNCH, SYDNEY - AUGUST 23
    We were pleased to host the CEO of NSW Ports, Marika Calfas, for a discussion on freight strategy and the infrastructure that supports it. Pictured is Marika with Advisian's Patrick McCallum and RA's Michael Kilgariff.
  • MELBOURNE FORUM - AUGUST 20
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    MELBOURNE FORUM - AUGUST 20
    Transport Infrastructure Minister Jacinta Allan was our guest speaker over lunch at this year's Melbourne Forum, attended by over 280 industry leaders.
  • MELB LUNCH WITH LORD MAJOR SALLY CAPP, JULY 5
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    MELB LUNCH WITH LORD MAJOR SALLY CAPP, JULY 5
    Sponsored by WSP, our July single-table lunch in Melbourne was joined by Lord Mayor Sally Capp, pictured (centre) with Sofia Henriksson and Tim Gosbell from WSP; Dennis Cliche from Samsung C&T, and Aneetha de Silva and Michael Kilgariff from RA.

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As the peak body of road industry stakeholders, Roads Australia provides a national forum for debate and discussion on how we can best manage, fund, maintain and renew this vital economic asset for the benefit of all Australians.


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Did you know?

  • The roads industry contributes over $200 billion of economic value in Australia each year.

  • The Australian road network covers more than 877,000 kilometres, of which 73 per cent is controlled by local government.

  • There are more than 37,000 road bridges across Australia.

  • More than three quarters of all passenger kilometres travelled in Australia occur on roads.

  • Well over half a million Australians rely on roads for their full-time employment.

  • 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.

Latest Insider....

  • Roads Australia Insider - 25 November Articled 2 weeks ago
    A swag of major road projects will move closer to the finish line in the wake of the Prime Minister’s announcement last week that $3.8 billion in infrastructure spending would be brought forward over the coming four years, including $1.8 billion in the current and next financial years.
  • Roads Australia Insider - November 1, 2019 Articled last month
    Construction of a major new road east of the M1 between Coomera and Nerang will be prioritised to take pressure off the highway and support growing north Gold Coast communities.
  • Roads Australia Insider - 11 October, 2019 Articled last month
    An ambitious 10-year transport plan to respond to Melbourne’s significant population growth by delivering more space for pedestrians, public transport users and cyclists will provide an $870 million boost to Victoria over the next decade, according to an independent report by Deloitte Access Economics.