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ARRB granted $2.6m of 2019 Budget

by Australian Road Research Board on April 4, 2019
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Pictured: Prime Minister The Hon. Scott Morrison MP with ARRB CEO Michael Caltabiano at the announcement of Federal Budget funding for ARRB.

The 2019 / 2020 Budget delivered by the Morrison Government is to be commended on their $2.2bn boost to road safety.

ARRB - your National Transport Research Organisation - are delighted to contribute to the delivery of this excellent initiative through the provision of expertise that spans 60 years.

As a component of the budget package announced, ARRB has been named to receive $2.6m to assist local governments to assess their road asset management and maintenance requirements with a focus on regional areas. It's recognition of ARRB’s role supporting Local Government across Australia.

ARRB will formulate a new suite of technical manuals for the benefit of all local governments.

In addition, ARRB have been funded to acquire next generation devices to assess in-situ the aging status of seals for rural and regional Australia to better predict performance and optimise maintenance strategies; ensuring a focus on informed, predictive maintenance.

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Topics: ARRB News, Asset Management, ARRB, Australian Road Research Board, Road Safety, Road and Transport Research