Research & Advocacy
The RTBU has provided the following response to the Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications' discussion paper on costal trading reform for cargo vessels.Read More >
The RTBU has made a submission to the Office of the National Rail Safety Regulator (ONRSR) regarding the use of in-cab video and audio recording devices.Read More >
The RTBU provided the following response to the Office of the National Rail Safety Regulator's Draft Fatigue Risk Management Guideline.
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The RTBU is committed to addressing the scourge of family, domestic and sexual violence in our society. We recognise that these issues affect our members and they affect our workplaces.Read More >
In 2019, the RTBU asked Professor John Quiggin from the University of Queensland's School of Economics to assess the arguments for and against the franchising model of public transport privatisation.Read More >
The RTBU has made a submission to Productivity Commission Inquiry into national transport regulatory reform
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The RTBU has released its policy priorities for the 2019 Federal election, and called on the major parties to take action on Australia's looming transport crisis.Read More >
The RTBU is unequivocal in its belief that strict standards of fatigue management must be consistently applied across all states and territories. However, these standards must be consistently high, not consistently low.Read More >
Skim through the annual report or website of any major Australian company and you will be sure to find entire sections about its commitment to corporate social responsibility - donations to charities, environment and sustainability projects, and employee payroll giving programs.