Most of us frown on those who speed or use their mobile phones while driving. But there is technology used in Australia today to detect this behaviour, all paid for by those breaking the law.
Reducing Tasmania's road trauma requires a unified approach by governments, organisations and the community. It’s a journey we must all take together.
After a disastrous 10 years on our roads that saw Tasmania fail to meet its National Road Safety Strategy (NRSS) targets, we must do better.
Beat the bowser blues with our new Fuel Saver app and website.
While the many years we’ve spent lobbying for fairer fuel prices have finally paid off, our mission to ensure Tasmanians aren’t being ripped off at the bowser will continue for some time.
The way people travel across Greater Launceston needs an urgent rethink in order to future-proof the region's mobility network for the next 30 years.
After years of campaigning, we are pleased that the Tasmanian Government has committed to the introduction of a mandatory real-time fuel price reporting scheme.
The coming years will see a substantial change in the way we travel, with driverless vehicle technology on our doorstep.
We look at the key takeaways from our recent Mobility Futures Forum.
Most drivers wouldn’t run a red light on the road. So why are some motorists still taking this risk at railway crossings?
We take an electric vehicle on a trip from Hobart to Launceston and find that more needs to be done with charging infrastructure if we want the uptake of EVs to increase.