Congestion-free NSW

One in three New South Wales motorists (33%) said they would stop using their car to commute to work if petrol prices reach $1.75 per litre.

IPART, industry at loggerheads

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IPART’s final report has been met with widespread disapproval from the freight industry.

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Urban congestion: the problem is cars, not trucks

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The congestion in Australia’s cities is mainly due to motorists in their cars, not truckies in their cabs, the Minister for Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Local Government, Anthony Albanese, told Parliament.

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Hope on the horizon for Port Botany

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Concrete details are finally beginning to emerge on the NSW Government’s program to reform Port Botany’s landside operations, with penalty-enforceable performance measures to be forced on stevedores.

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NSW mini-budget will decimate economy: IPA

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Retreating from infrastructure investment will further hamper the state economy by worsening freight congestion, Infrastructure Partnerships Australia (IPA) has argued.

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Victorian Transport Association approves, with reservations

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The Victorian Transport Association (VTA) has announced support for the Victorian Government’s new $112.7 million congestion plan, “Keeping Melbourne Moving”.

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