Children’s safety is paramount to the Northern Territory Government and consultation is soon to commence to consider potential improvements to the current Swimming Pool Safety laws.
The Alice Springs Heavy Vehicle Pedestrian Safety Awareness display was held on Sunday 22 April.
The Construction Snapshot provides an overview of construction industry activity valued at greater than $500 000 in the Northern Territory.
This year the tropical location of Darwin in the Northern Territory of Australia will be hosting the 40th Australasian Transport Research Forum (ATRF) Conference from 30 October to 1 November 2018.
18 people have lost their lives on Territory Roads this year. On average 48 people, die and over 540 people are seriously injured on our roads each year.
Today marks the start of National Road Safety Week.
Refurbishment of the seaward sheet pile walls at the Cullen Bay Marina Lock has commenced and is expected to be complete in mid-April.
On 31 March 2018 a boating safety awareness campaign was undertaken at the Dinah Beach Boat Ramp which included free boat safety checks and a draw to win a $500 Boating Accessory Voucher.
The Department of Infrastructure, Planning and Logistics in partnership with the Australian Government is working to deliver $110.9 million worth of major road projects across the Territory.
Ten people have died on Territory roads so far this year. Four more than this time last year.