Aussies willing to make curfew trade-offs

National Road Transport Association

Did you know that almost seven-in-ten Australians (68%) would wait longer for goods, accept less variety or pay more if it resulted in improvements to the environment?

That was one of the take-outs from national research about public attitudes to road transport carried out for NatRoad earlier this year.

Metropolitan residents are more likely to accept trade-offs (71%) than regional residents (62%). Of the 58% of Australians who are aware of night and morning delivery curfews, six-in-ten would support their removal if it improves the movements of goods.

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