National Road Safety Week | AGLA News 3 May 2019

Image shows President David O'Loughlin smiling in front of a black background

President's column

Some 52% of all casualty crashes and 40% of all road deaths occur on local government roads. Around 1,200 people die in crashes on Australia’s roads each year, while 35,000 people are injured and all of us in Local Government have a responsibility to do what we can, as owners and managers of 75% of+

National Road Safety Week and 2019 ALGA Roads Congress

National Road Safety Week, which runs 6-12 May, is an initiative that honours more than 1,200 people who are killed and 35,000 injured on Australia’s roads each year. As our President, David O’Loughlin explained in his column, Local Government have a responsibility, as the owners and managers of most of the country’s roads by length,+

Farm machinery movements on public roads simplified across regional councils and borders

A new National Class 1 Agricultural Notice which began on 1 May 2019 will benefit farmers who need to move combination agricultural equipment on public roads, after almost two-thirds of Australia’s local government areas agreed to the changes. The harmonisation will apply across designated roads in more than 270 local government areas, following about two+

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