ARRG Newsletter No.7

The past year has seen great progress for the Australian Rural Road Group Inc. (ARRG) with the launch of the nationally significant accord between Infrastructure Australia and the Australian Rural Road Group (ARRG) known as The Bingara Accord. This endorsement provides a major breakthrough in support of the ARRG approach of asset management in road funding. Download the full newsletter (238KB)

ARRG Newsletter No.6

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ARRG Newsletter No.5

The latest ARRG report is titled Australia’s Road Infrastructure is in Crisis (But For Once, The Answer Isn’t More Money).It builds on previous well-received studies by the group and advocates a mandatory reporting regime on the true condition and cost pressures facing roads in every local government of Australia. This would allow a national roads picture to emerge that shows where funding needs to be targeted for best effect – to give access to the most isolation prone communities and industries and improve the safety and productivity of the nation’s most important road corridors.The group’s approach was endorsed by Infrastructure Australia in its 2011 Report to COAG Communicating the Imperative for Action (pp. 55-56 of that report refers). Click here to...

ARRG Newsletter No.4

Australian Rural Road Group Inc. making huge inroads Australian Rural Road Group Inc. (ARRG) Chair, John Coulton is very pleased with an Infrastructure Australia Report released in June. This Report specifically names the ARRG as creating a fresh approach to improving rural road asset management. Further the Report states that the ARRG has ‘painted a compelling picture of the need for wide spread reform’. Download the newsletter ....

ARRG Newsletter No.3

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ARRG Newsletter No.2

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