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Worst ten sections of national highway revealed

21.12.2016

The Australian Automobile Association (AAA) today released a new report which identifies the ten worst sections of highway comprising the National Land Transport Network, and joined with Australia’s motoring clubs in calling for all governments to use the research to better target investment in road infrastructure. Read more of Worst ten sections of national highway revealed

AAA statement regarding the commencement by Government of consultation on vehicle emissions

20.12.2016

The AAA continues to question the Government’s claimed fuel savings to consumers in the absence of either real-world emissions testing, or a decision on future fuel standards and prices. Read more of AAA statement regarding the commencement by Government of consultation on vehicle emissions

Vehicle emissions tests reveal real-world performance

12.12.2016

Preliminary results from Australia’s first on-road vehicle emissions test program cast doubt over the relevance of laboratory testing and suggest consumers are commonly being misled. Read more of Vehicle emissions tests reveal real-world performance

Road trauma data funding an important step towards safer roads

5.12.2016

The Australian Automobile Association (AAA) today welcomed the Government’s commitment to fund the Australian Trauma Registry. The Registry will gather better data on the number and type of severe injuries due to road crashes, and help make Australia’s roads safer through better planning and more targeted investment. Read more of Road trauma data funding an important step towards safer roads

Government’s transport infrastructure focus welcomed

24.11.2016

The Australian Automobile Association (AAA) today welcomed the Government’s study of alternative infrastructure funding models as a good first step towards meeting Australia’s long-term land transport needs. Read more of Government’s transport infrastructure focus welcomed

AAA Index shows transport costs increasing

7.11.2016

The Australian Automobile Association (AAA) today released its latest Transport Affordability Index which shows that in the three months to September 2016, rising costs have seen the average family in Australia spending around $16,894 a year on land transport, an increase of $116 per year. Read more of AAA Index shows transport costs increasing