Media Releases

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  • RSRT is not the answer (September 12, 2017)

    Warren Clark, CEO of NatRoad, the only Australia-wide association representing the Road Transport Industry, says the Transport Workers Union (TWU) is out of touch.

    “Reintroduction of the Road Safety Remuneration Tribunal (RSRT) is not a magic pudding for the road transport industry,” says Warren Clark CEO of NatRoad.

  • NatRoad Conference 2017: A Resounding Success (September 8, 2017)

    “The conference was a blend of tips on adapting to change, inspiring ideas and a positive outlook for the future,” said Warren Clark, NatRoad CEO.  “In particular, this year’s focus on youth and diversity sparked a great deal of discussion and innovative ideas.”

  • Australian trucking greats recognised at 2017 NatRoad Awards (September 8, 2017)

    NatRoad members who have made significant achievements in the trucking industry were honoured tonight at the 2017 NatRoad Gala Dinner and Awards on Hamilton Island.

  • NatRoad Announces User-Friendly Toolkit for Chain of Responsibility (September 8, 2017)

    Due to changes in the Chain of Responsibility (CoR) requirements under the Heavy Vehicle National Law taking effect in mid-2018, NatRoad have developed a handbook to help guide transport businesses with the practical, everyday application of the laws.

  • Successful partnering with NHVR is the key to industry success (August 4, 2017)

    “It is only when industry partners with regulators that we are able to get the best outcome for road users” says Warren Clark, Chief Executive Officer, National Road Transport Association.

  • NatRoad meets with ATO on Travel Allowances (July 28, 2017)

    Following an influx of complaints from members, NatRoad is urging the ATO to reconsider its reduction in Travel Allowances for […]

  • Congratulations to Pam McMillan for winning the Excellence in Road Transport Award (June 23, 2017)

    ‘’NatRoad are proud to sponsor the Women in Industry awards to show our support for increasing and recognising diversity across […]

  • Bridgestone furthers its commitment to Australian trucking industry with NatRoad partnership (June 19, 2017)

    Bridgestone Australia is partnering with the nation’s leading road transport industry association NatRoad to strengthen the pursuit of their shared […]

  • Major Survey Reinforces Need for National Regulation (June 2, 2017)

    “The National Roadworthiness Baseline Survey released today will help to improve safety in the Australian road transport industry, “ said Warren Clark CEO of the National Road Transport Association (NatRoad).

    “The Survey provides a snapshot of the mechanical condition of Australia’s heavy vehicle fleet. The results will help to create a nationally consistent inspection approach.  The development of a risk-based, nationally consistent inspection regime must be based on evidence and the Survey provides a good starting point for this work.

  • Introduction of Automated Vehicles Should Put Human Factors First (June 1, 2017)

    The National Road Transport Association (NatRoad) has asked the National Transport Commission (NTC) to give human factors priority when considering the introduction of automated vehicles.

    In commenting on the NTC discussion paper Clarifying control of automated vehicles NatRoad pointed out that direct member feedback was clearly focused on care and consideration of people first.