After six years of inaction, the third term Morrison Government has been given a wake-up call on Road Safety. New data released today by the Australian Automobile Association found Australia’s road toll is higher today than it was four years ago. Eight years into the 10 year National Road Safety Strategy, the AAA analysis found
Australians are spending on average 4.5 hours a week getting to and from work — a rise of 23 per cent since 2002. The data revealed in the latest Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia (HILDA) survey, shows that average weekly travel times to and from work rose from 3.7 hours to 4.5 hours.
Today in Question Time, the Government confirmed its so-called $100 billion infrastructure pipeline is nothing but a pipedream, with little work to start on five projects in the next four years. The Minister for Infrastructure today refused to bring forward funding for five infrastructure projects across NSW, Victoria, Queensland and Tasmania. Labor MPs asked the
The Federal Government should work with states to stimulate the economy by delivering hundreds of infrastructure projects that it has funded but not completed. Since taking office the Government has invested more than $5 billion less on rail and road projects than it has announced in its annual Budgets. They include $100 million worth of