Latest Australian Automobile Association News

Australia’s road toll increases as drivers return to roads
Road safety in spotlight
Increased transport spending will save jobs and lives
Federal Budget transport spend can save lives, as well as jobs
Peak motoring body welcomes federal government’s fuel security focus
Federal Budget’s infrastructure spend can save lives as well as jobs
Don’t wait 11 months to remember rural roads
Lower fuel prices ease household transport costs
Driven to distraction
Empty streets help drive down nation’s road toll
Data critical to road safety success
Voluntary emissions standards not best way forward
When it comes to reducing road toll, Australia is playing catch up
Peak motoring body welcomes revenue reform proposal for electric vehicles
Road Safety Advocates Recognised In Queen’s Birthday Honours
New Council road funding a good move for recovery
Emissions Technology Roadmap welcomed by Australia’s peak motoring body
Time ticking on Takata airbags
Reducing Australia’s road toll stalled: latest road safety report
Rising household transport costs outstrip inflation
Release of 2019 road toll dashes hopes of achieving safety targets
$125 million Volkswagen penalty reinforces need for accurate consumer information
MYEFO’s extra $4.2 billion for transport infrastructure endorsed by AAA
Latest road toll figures show National Road Safety Strategy has failed
Australia needs smart policies to revive road safety
Rising transport costs squeeze household budgets
Infrastructure Australia Audit highlights 33 passenger transport challenges alone
NRSS Implementation Failure
Latest national road toll confirms ongoing failure of Road Safety Strategy
New road safety office honours election commitment to reduce road toll
Voters demand safer roads and less congestion: AAA survey
Next federal government must give motorists a fair go on fuel excise
New cars must be independently tested for emissions and fuel consumption
National Road Safety Week: Remember 1200 at 12pm
Plugging in right policies for cleaner cars
Motoring clubs launch national “My Money. My Transport” election campaign
Federal Budget delivers “investment injection” for transport infrastructure