Supermarket pressure blamed for road deaths

The growing pressure on Australian roads has truckies protesting: one of Australia’s biggest unions is accusing the big supermarket chains of contributing to the annual road toll.

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  1. John Cox says:

    Supermarket bullying aside, there are simply too many big trucks on the roads. Rail freight in Victoria is in steady decline as a result of failed policies and lack of political will.

    While the East-West tunnel will be sold to the public as a commuter link, it is the freight companies who are behind this push for building unsustainable, infrastructure. If it is built watch the trucks increase and fill up the tunnel within months.

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