On 9 May 2022, the ATA and the state and territory based member associations wrote a co-signed open letter to the Prime Minister, calling for the restoration of the fuel tax credit.
Businesses should be able to provide dangerous goods documents to regulators in electronic form, the ATA’s submission on the 2022 amendments to the model dangerous goods regulations says.
Urgent reform is needed to make electric and zero emission trucks a commercially viable choice for trucking operators, to lower emissions, lower freight costs and improve fuel security.
The ATA and its members support the truck driver apprenticeship proposal put forward by Australian Industry Standards.
The ATA and NatRoad support Vision Zero and have raised key priorities that should be fast-tracked by the Australian Parliament
Truck fuel charges and registration should increase 2 per cent in 2022-23, followed by a 3 per cent increase in each of 2023-24 and 2024-25, the ATA says.
Urban and strategic planning for industrial land in Greater Sydney must prioritise trucking and freight operations, the ATA and RFNSW argue in this joint submission.