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Proposed long term Katherine Heavy Vehicle Alternate Route

The Northern Territory Government is planning for the future development of Katherine, particularly for heavy vehicle movements.

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Ridesharing Survey Winner

The Territory Government’s Ridesharing survey has now closed and the lucky winner of an iPad Pro has been drawn!

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Steel industry stimulus package released

The Northern Territory Government will bring forward work valued at $5 million as a stimulus package to support our local steel fabrication and galvanising industry. Tenders will be released in December 2016 and January 2017 and will be configured to distribute small packages of work across the industry.

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Have your say on Ridesharing

To have your say on how ridesharing should operate in the Northern Territory, please complete the survey which only takes 5 minutes.

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Road Safety Community Grants

Do you have an idea that could help improve or promote road safety in your community or organisation?

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Vanderlin Drive Duplication – works underway

A tender has been awarded to deliver the duplication of Vanderlin Drive between Mueller Road and McMillans Road in Karama. Earthworks and drainage have commenced and required clearing has taken place in preparation for the works.

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Prepaid Taxi Fares

From 1 October 2016, all Friday and Saturday night taxi trips between 10 pm and 5 am across the Territory will require prepayment if requested by the taxi driver.

Everyone deserves to be paid for doing their job and taxi drivers are no different.

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Newland Park Family Open Day

A Family Open Day will be held on Sunday 18 September, 10am - 2pm at the Newland Park Road Safety Centre (Newland St, Gillen) in Alice Springs.

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Rider Awareness Week 12 - 18 September 2016

The Rider Awareness Week aims to increase the awareness for all road users about the need to share the roads and look out for each other.

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National Roadworthiness Baseline Survey

A plan to develop measures to improve the level of roadworthiness of heavy vehicles in Australia was approved in November 2015 by Transport Ministers from all jurisdictions.