Improving Road Transport for Forestry

The Improving Road Transport for Forestry Project Survey aims to identify road transport issues affecting the forestry sector across South Australia.

It targets those working in the road transport sector related to the forest and forest product industry, to identify what the key issues affecting the sector are.

The survey will help identify impediments to road freight productivity along the forest and forest products supply chain, including the movement of forestry machinery in all forest production areas of the state.

New ideas on how to improve road transport for primary industries could include further infrastructure deficiencies such as the need to upgrade junctions, bridges and roads.

A new phase of the previous two improving road transport projects, it builds on their success of which the reforms have resulted in at least $80 million in industry benefits.

The project is a partnership between PIRSA, Primary Producers SA, and the Department of Transport, Planning and Infrastructure.

View information on the Improving Road Transport for the Agriculture Industry Project .

Survey closed

The survey has closed and the responses are being collated. Stay tuned for more information.

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Ben Hebart
Project Officer
(08) 8429 0456

Page Last Reviewed: 03 Nov 2018
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