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Shine A Light Walk For Road Safety

Members of the RA team were proud to take part in the Shine A Light On Road Safety Walk held by Road Trauma Support Services Victoria (RTSSV) on Sunday, 1 May. As we prepare for National Road Safety Week from 15-22 May, the …

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NSW 2026 Road Safety Action Plan builds on success

NSW has released its 2026 Road Safety Action Plan, a key element of the state’s commitment to achieving zero deaths and serious injuries on NSW roads by 2050. The Plan’s contents have been developed following engagement with industry stakeholders, locally-based …

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Queensland releases new road safety strategy

The Queensland Government has released a new ten-year road safety strategy that includes significant increases in penalties for infringements and a welcome focus on road worker safety. Queensland’s Minister for Transport and Main Roads Mark Bailey said the entire strategy …

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Safety boost as Hallam Road level crossing goes

Victoria’s Level Crossing Removal Project marked the removal of its 59th crossing this week with the completion of works delivered by RA members Laing O’Rourke and Jacobs. A new 394-metre rail bridge has now been completed at the site, enabling …

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Media campaign highlights road worker safety

Transport for NSW (TfNSW) has launched a new TV, radio and social media campaign reinforcing the importance of slowing down around road work sites to protect road workers. The campaign features workers on real work sites across NSW and will …

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New partnership enhances traffic management

RA members Altus and Downer have signed a new strategic partnership that highlights the growing importance of effective traffic management as the nation delivers a record transport infrastructure pipeline. The new deal sees Altus acquire the Downer Traffic Management Business. …

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Procurement inquiry backs RA recommendations

RA is pleased to note that the report of the House of Representatives Inquiry into procurement practices for government-funded infrastructure supports a number of recommendations we put forward in our own submission. These include: improving workforce culture to attract and …

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Simple errors can have dire safety consequences

Drivers are being reminded to avoid complacency behind the wheel as the nation prepares for busy travel periods during school holidays and Easter. In Victoria, the Transport Accident Commission has launched a new campaign which highlights concentration lapses that people …

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