RACQ has renewed calls for an integrated public transport authority to find solutions to attract people back to public transport, after it was revealed patronage was still down 40 percent on pre-COVID levels.
RACQ has welcomed Labor’s $200 million promise to build an inland alternative to the Bruce Highway from Charters Towers to Mungindi if re-elected and called on other parties and the Federal Government to support the commitment.
RACQ has welcomed Labor’s commitment of $500 million for the final stage of the M1 upgrade between Daisy Hill and the Logan Motorway, which was one of the Club’s top priorities ahead of the State Election.
A new RACQ survey has revealed COVID-19 had driven commuters away from catching the bus, train and ferry, prompting calls for an integrated public transport authority to find solutions to moving locals around our cities safely.
RACQ has encouraged Queensland voters to take a good look at the Club’s Election Scorecard before heading to the polls, to see which parties support the policies and priorities to keep Queensland moving.
RACQ has applauded the Federal Government’s budget cash splash of more than $2.6 billion for Queensland transport and road projects which would bust congestion, improve road safety and help the economy recover from COVID-19.
To improve the experience of its members, RACQ has implemented some exciting new changes to the Club's systems and services, making it easier than ever to take out a new policy, make a claim or update your details online.
RACQ has warned drivers to do their homework before filling up for the long weekend or risk getting stung at the bowser, with unleaded prices varying by as much as 40 cents per litre (cpl) across the south east.
RACQ has issued a dire warning to Brisbane residents, with more than one in four locals admitting they left disaster preparation to the last minute and acted only when a severe storm was on their doorstep.
RACQ has called on Brisbane City Council and Transurban to permanently remove tolls on the Go Between Bridge for all motorists from mid-2021, when the Victoria Bridge became car-free as part of the Brisbane Metro construction.
Motorists who continued to drive cars with dangerous Takata airbags have been urged by RACQ to have them replaced or risk killing themselves or others after it was revealed thousands of the dangerous vehicles were still on the road.