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EOIs now open – Sustainability Policy Stream Deputy Chair

Expressions of Interest are being sought from senior leaders within RA’s membership for the role of Deputy Chair of our Sustainability Policy Stream, following Jay Stricker stepping away from the role recently. RA takes this opportunity to thank Jay for …

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Help develop industry’s future leaders

Are you passionate about shaping our industry’s future workforce and helping professionals to build their leadership capabilities? We are now seeking Expressions of Interest from the Fellows Alumni within RA’s membership to join our Future Leaders Committee. The responsibilities include …

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TransportCamp showcases innovation

After a COVID-enforced hiatus, Victoria’s annual TransportCamp went ahead last Friday at the Melbourne Town Hall, part sponsored by RA member Stantec. The day provided a great opportunity to learn about the issues of interest for a wide range of …

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SICE extends presence in NZ

RA member SICE will further build its presence in New Zealand, having recently been awarded a contract by Waka Kotahi New Zealand Transport Agency. The agreement will see SICE provide its in-house Back-Office solution for Waka Kotahi, including the Toll …

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Enhanced night-time safety key to boosting use of buses

Concerns about passenger safety at night is the leading factor shaping people’s perception of buses in Australia’s largest urban centres according to world first research commissioned by Roads Australia (RA), with support from Aurecon. The report, Investigating the Social Licence …

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Consultation opens on national EV strategy

Australia’s first National Electric Vehicle Strategy is taking shape, with the Federal Government releasing a consultation paper this week that is focused on helping to electrify road transport and boost the affordability, supply and uptake of EVs. The strategy is …

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Investing in road worker safety saves lives and money

Last week, Austroads released an economic analysis for their national initiative to harmonise temporary traffic management practices. The analysis estimated that roadside worksite crashes cost $3.2 billion over a 10-year period. However, the cost is not solely economic. The study …

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