The cost of transport has risen markedly across all states and territories, the Australian Automobile Association says.
Four recent deaths in boating mishaps off Tasmania's coast have police warning boaties to play it safe while on the water this summer.
They’re tipped to be among the hot gifts this Christmas, but beware. So-called “eRideables” could land law-breakers with a hefty fine.
Craig Smith-Gander crane hire and transport group Kwik has been hit with a rapid purge of staff as administrators try to save profitable parts of the state-wide operation.
The Victorian Department of Transport has yet to appoint a new contractor to carry out fire safety works in Melbourne's underground rail loop.
The wheels on regional school buses are going round and round as registrations open for rural families in need of the service.
Fares have been halved for commuters in Sydney's inner west forced on to replacement bus services after defects were found on light rail cars.
A resolution over cost blowouts stemming from the Melbourne's problem-plagued West Gate Tunnel project may not be far away, Premier Daniel Andrews says.
Queensland offers the stingiest incentives for electric vehicles and NSW the most generous, experts say.
A dozen Sydney trams have been decommissioned to fix cracking, with the government under pressure to operate replacement bus services for free.
An Australian research project has developed a way for driverless cars to track pedestrians hidden behind buildings or obscured by parked vehicles.
A number of people were injured and a driver was trapped in his cab when two passenger trains collided in southwestern England.
Motorists have returned to Transurban toll roads in Sydney after lockdown, and investors are keen for Melbourne drivers to follow.
Transperth has warned city commuters that bus services are being delayed due to the School Strike for Climate rally at State Parliament.
Three people have died and six have been injured in a four-vehicle crash on the Gold Coast that left debris spread over about a kilometre.
After four decades ferrying travellers across Sydney Harbour, Manly's Queenscliff ferry has taken its last voyage.
Australians are saving thousands by taking up car sharing, a greener, cheaper option made all the more popular as a result of lockdown.
There are calls to display a work boat from Australia's former Antarctic icebreaker at the Hobart waterfront where the mother ship once called home.
Sydney trains will be heavily disrupted by a strike on Tuesday with all public transport commuters urged to find alternative ways to travel.
Action by a climate group calling for insulation funding blocked Dover Port, adding to transport and supply problems in the UK.
A former Paralympic athlete who superglued himself to the roof of a British Airways plane during an Extinction Rebellion protest has been jailed for a year.
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The UK is rushing to get thousands more people qualified as truck drivers, to overcome a national shortage brought on by Brexit and the pandemic.
Sarah Young and Victor Jack
A WA survey on motorcycle rider safety, funded from the Road Trauma Trust Account, had to be junked due to an error in the questions.
A Transurban-led group will pay more than $11 billion to take outright ownership of Sydney toll road WestConnex.
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