Bins will go uncollected in Sydney and Geelong as Cleanaway garbos turn down a "very competitive" pay and condition offer and call for government intervention.
One Australian bank is making a $2 million pledge to replace its petrol cars with electric models by 2027 in a move experts say could change our roads.
More people have been killed on Australian roads than last year and every state and territory but one has missed its road safety target.
Victoria's outdated public transport ticketing scheme will be overhauled in coming years to allow commuters to use their iPhones and credit cards.
Officers launched a safety blitz on the Story Bridge after fielding complaints about e-scooters and bike travelling at high speed.
Injured or lost hikers will be able to contact emergency services and their loved ones even when off the grid using a new satellite service.
Australia's biggest car brand is being urged to reveal its climate lobbying efforts amid claims the company is missing opportunities with electric cars.
Farmers and trucking companies will face rising fees after this week's federal budget and may be forced to pass them on to consumers, groups warn.
One in four new vehicles sold in Australia could be electric by 2025 but a group of energy experts says a ban on petrol cars would speed up the move.
Hybrid car buyers have less than two years to secure a tax discount, according to the federal budget which revealed further investments in electric vehicles.
A new advertising campaign for electric vehicles makes fun of former prime minister Scott Morrison's election claim that Labor's policy would "end the weekend".
Victoria will trial digital driver's licences in a regional city for six months before launching the technology across the state next year.
Toyota will showcase a collection of hydrogen-powered cars, buses and vans throughout Australia to garner support for a different type of green technology.
Public Transport Minister Ben Carroll has rejected speculation Victoria's budget bottom line could lead the government to seek a cheap fix to the myki system.
Action is needed to get more electric trucks on Australian roads, according to a new report and industry groups who say heavy vehicles are missing out.
A 'zippy' electric hatchback finally arrives in Australia this week and another 18 are lined up to launch behind it.
Australia's top-selling car maker says it is too early for electric vehicles to replace all cars, arguing some motorists could be left behind in the move.
Technological advances could replace more than 400,000 jobs in the transport sector while also creating new and better positions with higher pay, a report says.
A $78 million deal will see more electric vehicle chargers installed in regional towns, with more than 100 recharging stations planned over two years.
Thousands of cheaper electric vehicles are being stopped from entering Australia due to parallel import laws, experts warn.
A new policy will limit pollution from petrol and diesel vehicles in Australia but debate over where that limit should be set is expected to become heated.
Western Australia will add 130 locally-built electric buses to its fleet and upgrade key depots, with help from the federal government.
Queensland has doubled the subsidy for people who buy electric vehicles with a new purchase price of up to $68,000 with a $6000 rebate on offer.
Innovative ways to charge electric cars at home, work and in public areas are the focus of a new $70 million fund designed to fuel the transport transition.
Drones carrying sushi will take off from another Australian launch-pad this week as Google expands its delivery operations in the country.
A $40 million program will cut the price of electric vehicle loans for some buyers in a new national scheme.
Automakers will be encouraged to bring more electric and low-emission vehicles to Australia after the government committed to placing a limit on car pollution.
Regional flights could be quieter and cheaper in future after a major Australian airline invested in an aviation start-up making planes electric.
Policy changes in the United States and Europe will make it harder to buy a petrol or diesel vehicle – a move lobby groups say should be mirrored in Australia.
Less than one per cent of all buses on Australian roads are electric models, a new study has revealed, prompting experts to call for a faster adoption.
Local government figures are urging the federal government to change Australia's electric vehicle policies to improve access to zero-emission cars.