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Transport under Labor?

Wednesday, 20 Mar 2019 ( #915 ) - Canberra, ACT, Australia
Local News Story
Glenn Sterle
The National Road Transport Association (NatRoad) was part of discussions at Parliament House on what the future of the transport industry may look like under a Labor government.

NatRoad is Australia’s only national road transport member association, representing over 1,500 businesses in the Road Transport Industry.

Warren Clark, CEO of NatRoad, says the session "was a great opportunity to come together with the Labor Party, the TWU and other industry associations to discuss a sustainable future for transport with Senator (Glenn) Sterle".

Clark says discussions were positive, with everyone providing valuable suggestions on how to address the challenges the transport industry faces, and steps that need to be taken to improve safety outcomes.

"It was encouraging to discuss a united way forward for the transport industry, and I look forward to continuing the conversation with Senator Sterle."

NatRoad is a not-for-profit association that is 100% funded via its membership fees and business partnerships. No funding is provided by government or unions.
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