ACCC takes action against NSW Ports

ACCC takes action against NSW Ports

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//December 11, 2018

The Australian Competition & Consumer Commission is taking NSW Ports and its subsidiaries Port Botany Operations and Port Kembla Operations to the Federal Court for allegedly making agreements with the state of New South Wales that are allegedly anti-competitive in purpose and effect.

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Growing a market for tyre-derived products

Growing a market for tyre-derived products

Posted in Asphalt Review, Industry News, Latest News, Technology Update//October 23, 2018

With reauthorisation from the ACCC, Tyre Stewardship Australia is increasing the scope of its product stewardship scheme to fund demonstration projects that use tyre-derived products.

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Transurban finalises $9.3B WestConnex deal

Transurban finalises $9.3B WestConnex deal

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//October 08, 2018

The consortium led by road operator company Transurban has reached financial close on the acquisition of a 51 per cent equity stake in WestConnex from the New South Wales Government.

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ACCC will not prohibit Transurban’s bid for WestConnex

ACCC will not prohibit Transurban’s bid for WestConnex

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//August 30, 2018

The bid by urban developer Transurban to take a majority interest in the WestConnex project will not be prohibited by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission.

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ACCC to consult on Transurban data offer

ACCC to consult on Transurban data offer

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Project Report//August 13, 2018

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has commenced consultation on a proposed undertaking offered by Transurban, the lead member of the Sydney Transport Partners consortium proposing to acquire the majority interest in the WestConnex motorway.

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Melbourne city could opt for user-pays road pricing instead of rego

Melbourne city could opt for user-pays road pricing instead of rego

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//July 25, 2018

The City of Melbourne could replace its fuel tax and vehicle registration with a user-pays road pricing system to cut congestion, according to a new discussion paper.

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