Road Worker Safety Guideline

Formally launched at the Roads Australia Transforming Transport Summit in Melbourne on May 2, this guideline seeks to protect our industry’s frontline workers – those who build, operate and maintain our roads – and contribute to safer roads for all drivers

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Strength in diversity: Empowering women in the transport sector

Roads Australia is pleased to release a new report following its annual series of IWD lunches across the nation. The report ‘Strength in diversity: Empowering women in the transport sector’, brings together insights from keynote addresses and panel discussions that included some of the most senior transport professionals in the nation.

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2023 Annual Review

Roads Australia’s Annual Review 2023 provides an overview of our activities and achievements throughout the year.

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XXXVIIth World Road Congress Report

Following the World Road Congress in Prague earlier this year, RA has released a report comprised of key events and takeaways from a busy week in Prague. The Congress included technical and foresight sessions, workshops and roundtables.

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2023 Future Leaders’ Forum Outcomes Report

Roads Australia has released its ‘Future Leaders’ Forum Outcomes Report’ following the inaugural Future Leaders’ Forum held in Melbourne earlier this year.

RA would like to thank CPB Contractors for their generous support of the Future Leaders’ Forum.

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The journey to net-zero

Learn how the transport sector can deliver more sustainable outcomes through innovation, ideation and collaboration.

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Our Patrons

Our patrons help us bring industry, government and communities together to lead the evolution of Australia’s land transport and mobility networks.

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Our policy is led by strong collaboration

Roads Australia brings a collaborative and solutions-focused approach to policy development, facilitating an environment where industry and government can come together to work towards mutually beneficial outcomes.

Meeting national and global sustainability goals

The Sustainability Stream recognises the impact transport infrastructure has on the environment and climate change and that a strong partnership between the government and industry is required to meet national and global sustainability goals and community expectations.

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Focusing on how we can best maximise the opportunities and respond to the challenges of growth

A new transport landscape is emerging in Australia today – one where users shape the solutions, and both public and private enterprises co-exist to design, build, operate and maintain a national network of integrated, customised mobility solutions.

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Putting people at the centre of an integrated transport system

The Customer Experience Stream
recognises that enhancing people’s interactions with the integrated transport network is central to strategic decision making in transport and infrastructure.

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Recognising the need for national policy to improve industry effectiveness and efficiency

Since inception, RA’s Capacity policy stream has recognised the need for national policy reflecting both industry and government commitment to improving industry effectiveness and efficiency.

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Identifying and promoting road safety solutions and strategies

The Safety Stream recognises the need to reduce to zero the significant number of deaths and injuries occurring on our roads and on our transport infrastructure work sites.

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Our Members

RA’s members include all of Australia’s transport agencies, road owners, major contractors and consultants, material suppliers, service and technology providers, and other relevant industry groups.

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